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This project is funded in part by Orange County Government through the Arts & Cultural Affairs Program.
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The Creative City Project and Timucua Arts Foundation present Re:Charge
July 18, 2020 @ 9:30 pm - 11:00 pm
One event on July 18, 2020 at 9:30 pm
The Creative City Project and Timucua Arts Foundation present
A live musical experience to help you rest and reflect.
Immerse yourself in a peaceful environment of music and light.
The Creative City Project and Timucua Arts Foundation come together to present a unique musical experience. 72 guests each get their own 64 sq ft space for this relaxing evening of live music. Guests are encouraged to bring their own blanket or yoga mat and a pillow to lay on during the show.
Socially distanced, each audience member gets a dedicated 8’x8’ square. Marked aisles ensure guests travel in a socially distanced way to and from their individual areas.
Music Director Chris Belt uses time-based sound art to create an arc through juxtaposition of timbres and styles. The program will include the open, spatialized instrumentation of works by Jordan Nobles.
Piano and world instruments are joined by an ensemble of string players.
The environment is curated by Creative City Project’s Cole NeSmith. Ambient lighting combines with the sunset over Lake Formosa to create a peaceful place to relax and let go.
“People are craving live experiences,” says NeSmith, “and our socially distanced reality allows us to explore new ways of presenting compelling art.”
Chris Belt notes, “Timucua is known for innovative music programming. This event allows us to bring really interesting music to audiences to help them reflect and relax. Ultimately, we’re creating a program that will help guests take a deep breath and get recharged.”
COVID 19 PRECAUTIONS
Each guest will have a temperature check upon entering the building.
Guests will sanitize their hands upon entry.
Masks are required to enter and must be worn in common areas. Masks can be removed when guests are in their designated 8’x8’ space.
For guests who are unable to lay on the ground, a limited number of seats are provided. Book an “accessible seat” ticket above.
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321-234-3985 (state your name and you will be connected to a live operator)