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SFCMP Presents “Unsilent Night” by Phil Kline December 2017
Sat, Dec 9, 2017, 5:00 pm - 6:00 pm at Mission Dolores Park, San FranciscoFree
We hope you’ll join us for this family-friendly, free holiday event linked to “Unsilent Night” celebrations around the world. The original composition by Phil Kline, written specifically to be heard outdoors in the month of December, takes the form of a street promenade in which the audience becomes the performer. Each participant plays one of four tracks of music downloaded to a smart phone, or anything that amplifies music, together comprising “Unsilent Night.” As the SFCMP public ensemble, we will walk a carefully chosen route in and around San Francisco’s Dolores Park area, creating a unique mobile sound sculpture.
Who’s Invited: Everybody! A family-friendly, public event. Free.
When: Sat, Dec 9, 2017 5:00 pm – 6:00 pm Rain or Shine! Bring your sound rig and music. A few cassette tapes are available.
Meet at: Mission Dolores Park. Meet on Dolores Street at the Dolores Park tennis courts by the corner of 18th St.
Twitter: @gosfcmp #unsilentnight
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Learn more about “Unsilent Night” at unsilentnight.com or read this NY Times article
Caroling has never been so epic
BEFORE YOU ARRIVE
STEP 1: CHOOSE YOUR INSTRUMENT
Invent your sound rig e.g. boombox, cell phone, laptops, iPad, speakers on a wagon, megaphone. The louder the better!
STEP 2: PREPARE THE MUSIC
A) Make your own CD or .mP3 playlist by downloading the following tracks: Track 1 Track 2 Track 3 Track 4
B) Download the Phil Kline Unsilent Night Phone App and hook up your bluetooth speakers!
C) Bring your old-school boombox. There will be about 20 cassette tapes and CDs available for handout. First come, first served.
D) Livestream Audio via SoundCloud at soundcloud.com/unsilentnight
PARKING & TRANSIT
Find parking around Dolores Park:
Use the Public Transit Trip Planner:
7 minute walk from Castro St MUNI station, or take
J-Church streetcar right to Dolores Park (18th & Church Streets)