Skip to main content

Sorry In Advance Parts I, II, and III



Sound and Vision 

FEATURING

Sorry In Advance Violin Duo 
Cambridge Community Television 
channels 8 and 9
Watch Online 


Watch the shorter videos with one piece per video!  
Or see the whole performance at once. 


SOUND&VISION featuring SORRY IN ADVANCE from Beth Redmond Walsh on Vimeo.




Sorry In Advance Part I from Beth Redmond Walsh on Vimeo.




Sorry In Advance  Part II from Beth Redmond Walsh on Vimeo.



Sorry in Advance Part III from Beth Redmond Walsh on Vimeo.

Popular posts from this blog

D16

Jason Bottiglio and Friends

Jason Bottiglio and FriendsAt Out of the Blue Gallery Central Square Cambridge, MA Discover! Watch! 
All of your favorite Sound and Vision videos  Visit cctvcambridge.org  and Facebook.com/svcambridge


Jason Bottiglio and The King at Cambridge Community Television


Troy Royston with Jason Bottiglio in front of Out of the Blue


Troy Royston with Jason Bottiglio in front of Out of the Blue


Troy Royston with Jason Bottiglio in front of Out of the Blue

Troy Royston with Jason Bottiglio in front of Out of the Blue



Jason Bottiglio and The King at Out Of The Blue Gallery video #6 from Beth Redmond Walsh on Vimeo.


Jason Bottiglio and The King at Out Of The Blue Gallery video #4 from Beth Redmond Walsh on Vimeo.



Jason Bottiglio and The King at Out Of The Blue Gallery 3 from Beth Redmond Walsh on Vimeo.




Jason Bottiglio and The King at Out Of The Blue Gallery from Beth Redmond Walsh on Vimeo.





Jason Bottiglio and The King at OOB Gallery Too  #1

Ricardo Frota/Ecology of Sound

Sound and Vision FEATURING Ricardo Frota
Ecology of Sound




Ricardo Frota builds the instrument above using ordinary household tools and recycled materials that he found in his basement, and stuff purchased from Goodwill.
He explains as he works! You can even try this project yourself.
When he's done building it he finishes by playing it for us. 
This was fun and inspiring! 




This is the entire show 'Ricardo Frota - Ecology of Sound'  from beginning to end. 




Ricardo Frota plays several of his handbuilt instruments. 





Ricardo has made a cello from a tree trunk and one piece of wire that he plays for you.




A discarded Christmas tree has become an instrument in Ricardo's hands.