Spark & Echo : Our Commission Recipient and How to Be Free Sing-a-Long





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Published on Jun 19, 2012

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A a recent concert, our Pop-Up Curator Kevin MacLeod selects and announces our artist commission winner. Followed by How to Be Free Sing-a-Long...

Calling all artists, writers and performers! At this concert, our Pop-Up Curator might choose you for a new commission as part of Spark and Echo Arts' multidisciplinary illumination project! One chosen artist will be given a $100 honorarium to create a new work to be featured through Spark and Echo Arts. (For more details, click here: http://www.sparkandecho.org/pop-up-cu...)

But that's not all : Drawing from a classical background, and influenced by the pianism of Rufus Wainwright and Ben Folds, the storytelling of Paul Simon and the vocal harmonies of classic folk duos, Spark & Echo bring forgotten poetry and wild stories from the Bible, captivating barflies and churchfolk alike. Artful arrangements and catchy tunes shine on the couple's epic quest to set the entire Bible to music with visions of sparkling wheels in the sky, hunger and thirst, and legends of love as strong as death. Beautiful vocal harmonies, intricate piano, accordion, ukulele and Boris the Bassoon come together for NYC husband-wife duo, Spark & Echo.

Hear music at www.SparkandEchoBand.com and learn about the non-profit illumination project at www.SparkandEcho.org

This concert filmed at L4 Black Door, NYC


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