Soundvoice is a community engagement and educational project created by the San Francisco Contemporary Music Players (SFCMP) that seeks to deliver a new level of relevance and celebration to San Franciscans in a participatory and collaborative celebratory format. Delivered in partnership with Hospitality House and funded by a James Irvine Foundation “Exploring Engagement” grant, Soundvoice will take place in Spring, 2014, culminating in a free public celebration to be held on May 17, 2015 at the Center for New Music from 1.00-3:00 p.m.
Learning Sessions (closed to the public)
Session 1: The Power of Story April 6 – Monday
Session 2: Intro the New Music – “What Is Concentrated Listening?” – April 8 – Wednesday
Session 3: Mobile Sound Lab – April 13 – Monday
Session 4: Telling Stories Through Sound – April 15 – Wednesday
Session 5: Sharing Stories and More – April 20 – Monday
Design Day – Sunday, May 2, 2015
Please read about the “theory” behind Soundvoice here and check out the launch press release here! Meet the participants, review the program content, and see photographs of the sessions at the Soundvoice at Hospitality House website.