FiveOne Music Ensemble at the Sculpture Center

Submitted by lmcshane on Fri, 11/13/2009 - 09:54.
11/21/2009 - 08:00
11/21/2009 - 22:00
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FIVEONE, NEW MUSIC ENSEMBLE, AT THE SCULPTURE CENTER

WALK AMONGST THE ART
WALK AMONGST THE ORCHESTRA

SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 21 AT 8 PM

FREE AND OPEN TO THE PUBLIC

FiveOne , Cleveland's new ensemble, provides an informal evening of music that interacts directly with the art of Yasuhisa Kohyama and Elissa Cox. You are invited to move around the orchestra while viewing the artwork and enjoying the music. Join the musicians and composers of FiveOne for a reception afterwards in the Euclid Avenue Gallery building.

THE EVENING'S PROGRAM

Set One in the Main Gallery
among The Cleveland Ceramics of Yasuhisa Kohyama

An Unaccompanied Flute Solo by Tōru Takemitsu 

Cosmos by Michael Bratt

Set Two in the Euclid Avenue Gallery
within with a twitch and a grimace , a new installation by Elissa Cox

Nick Sat Against the Wall by John Thompson

Ohka by John Thompson, premiere at The Sculpture Center

Kohyama 2 Kaze

Learn more about Cleveland's newest contemporary music ensemble FiveOne .

Call or email The Sculpture Center if you have any questions.

Image credit: (left) Yasuhisa Kohyama, KAZE - WIND , 2009, Shigaraki stoneware, wood-fired, 16 3/4 x 13 1/2 x 4 1/2 in., (right) KAZE - WIND , 2009, Shigaraki stoneware, wood-fired, 17 x 13 x 5 1/3 in. Photo credit: Andrew LaMoreaux Studio.

About the artist

The Sculpture Center receives generous support from the Bernice and David E. Davis Art Foundation, the Kulas Foundation, the John P. Murphy Foundation, studioTECHNE|architects, and individual donors to Friends of The Sculpture Center, with additional public funding from:

The Bernice and David E. Davis Art Foundation and studioTECHNE|architects generously provide the spaces for The Sculpture Center's programs.

The Sculpture Center is located at 1834 East 123rd Street in University Circle and Little Italy, beside Lake View Cemetery, on the RTA Medical Line at the East 123rd Street stop. Parking is available in the lot in front of The Sculpture Center and on East 123rd and surrounding streets. Through the generosity of The Free Medical Clinic of Greater Cleveland, additional parking is available in their lot on the north side of Euclid Avenue at 12201 Euclid Avenue. Please be careful, and do not leave items visible in your car.

November 6 - December 19, 2009
The Cleveland Ceramics of Yasuhisa Kohyama
Main Gallery

with a twitch and a grimace
A New Installation by Elissa Cox, the last of the 2009 W2S Series
Euclid Avenue Gallery

Wednesday - Thursday: 10 AM - 4 PM
Friday: 10 AM - 7:30 PM
Saturday: Noon - 4 PM
or by prior appointment at other times
Call ahead for tours of the exhibitions or the Davis Studio
 
Always free and open to the public.
216.229.6527 
Visit The Sculpture Center website

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The Sculpture Center is a not-for-profit arts organization dedicated to the enrichment, education, enjoyment, and visual enhancement of the community at large through sculpture. It has a particular commitment to fostering the careers of emerging Ohio sculptors and the preservation of Ohio outdoor sculpture. The Sculpture Center has been showing the art of some of the very best sculptors and installation artists from this region since its founding in 1989 by the Cleveland abstract sculptor David E. Davis and his wife Bernice S. Davis.
 

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