Music for Mineral Springs: A Tasting of Local Spring Waters with Musical Accompaniment

A concert of sensory pairings of water with sound. Students from Skidmore College's class “Community Engagement, Education, and the Arts” and Professor Adam Tinkle will work with the artist Chris Kallmyer to create a multi-movement work that examines regional springs through music, light, and water. It will be casual, richly sonic, and a bit wet.

Music for Mineral Springs is free and open to the public; limited seating.

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Chris Kallmyer with Skidmore Professor Adam Tinkle and his "Community Engagement, Education, and the Arts" Class put on a concert of sensory pairings of water with sound.
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