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AUMI Dream Ensemble of Kansas, IONE's 24th Annual Dream Festival, Troy, New York, December 8-9, 2018

And what a dreamy ensemble it was! The Kansas AUMI group was invited to perform telematically in Ione’s 24th Annual Dream Festival "Dream In/Dream Out" Concert. The Dream In/Dream Out Concert was a durational overnight event beginning at 7 p.m. Saturday, December 8 and concluding at dawn Sunday, December 9 (EST). Wave Farm Radio streamed and broadcast Ione's 24th Annual Dream Festival: a world-wide celebration of dreams and dreaming. The concert featured AUMI, for  overnight listening and dreaming; and Dreaming in Your own Bed; Telematic Transmission from the AUMI Dream Ensemble of Kansas, and Alan Courtis from Buenos Aires. Participating artists live from Craive Lab in Troy, New York included Anne Bourne, IONE, Jonas Braasch; with Fort Worden Cistern Simulation; Tomie Hahn, Lisa Barnard Kelley, Norman Lowrey, and Tuku. Co- Sponsors;  CCC, The Ministry of Maåt, The Wave Farm. The AUMI Dream Ensemble of Kansas consisted of players from the monthly jam sessions (co-sponsored by Independence Inc., the Lawrence Public Library, and AUMI-KU InterArts), and students from Sherrie Tucker’s “Music, Culture, Power” Seminar in the American Studies Department at University of Kansas. Kip Haaheim created the sound environment at Murphy Recital Hall at University of Kansas. Oliver Hall provided his spatialized recordings of the NASA planet sounds. The performance of the Kansas musicians was video-recorded on site https://mediahub.ku.edu/media/aumi_dream_concert.mov/1_x45mckrk


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Performance this Friday!

Please join us Friday, August 11th at  5:30 for a 30-45 minute performance, followed by audience feedback and discussion.  The performance features Jesse Stewart and the Wooden Snap Dragons Ensemble.