Friday, August 4, 2017

SKI BUNNY

Ski Bunny is the latest Sound and Vision production.  This band is so new that their performance for Sound and Vision was their first time performing as Ski Bunny for an audience!  

Nuff said. 

Check them out for yourself.  I feel safe saying Ski Bunny does not disappoint. 


Ski Bunny from Beth Redmond Walsh on Vimeo.

Sunday, July 16, 2017

Saturday, June 24, 2017

WILLIE T AND DR X 'TRICKY WORD'

Willie T and Dr. X are Cambridge locals who play original work. Each of these tracks is one song all four minutes max.  The full version of this session is at the end and includes several more pieces 

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 No Angels in New York  from Beth Redmond Walsh on Vimeo.



Full Version of the Sound and Vision session

Friday, June 23, 2017

JASON BOTTIGLIO AND FRIENDS ON SOUND & VISION

Jason Bottiglio and Friends

 At Out of the Blue Gallery Central Square Cambridge, MA

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

Friday, March 17, 2017

RICARDO FROTA ECOLOGY OF SOUND




Ricardo Frota builds this instrument using 
ordinary household tools and recycled materials 
he found in his basement, plus neat things 
he picks up on shopping trips to Goodwill.
Ricardo guides us through he project as he works 
making it super easy for us to try this ourselves.
When he's done building it he finishes by playing it for us
creating a lively and inspiring experience! 



This is the whole episode, 'Ricardo Frota - Ecology of Sound'.  



Ricardo Frota plays several of his handbuilt instruments. 



Ricardo has made a cello from a found tree trunk and one long piece of wire and he plays it for us.



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