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The modular synthesizer, played by Wes Kline, plays a major role in the piece. Photo: Joel Hurd
The modular synthesizer, played by Wes Kline, plays a major role in the piece. Photo: Joel Hurd

Listen: "Now at the Uncertain Hour" at Edwards Opera House

On Friday, NCPR, with Square Top Theatre and St. Lawrence University, presented "Now at the Uncertain Hour" a new theatre piece written by Damon Falke and directed by Charlie Pepiton (learn more about the piece in this interview with the show's creative team, on NCPR.)

According to
the show's web site, "Now at the Uncertain Hour" "takes the audience on a journey through the landscape of a soldier's memory as a collector attempts to make sense of what will be left behind. The show asks: in the midst of the relentless currents of time, what can we take hold of that will go on, that will not be lost? The stories blend with the sounds of old time banjo and modular synthesizer to create a unique listening experience."  Go to full article

A Conversation with Eric Gibson of the Gibson Brothers

The Gibson Brothers, Eric and Leigh, grew up on the family farm in Ellenburg Depot, NY to become a leading influence in modern bluegrass music. They have a busy schedule for 2005 and a new album that's due to be released in the fall on Sugar Hill Records. Barb Heller spoke with Eric Gibson between the bands cross-country treks and performance tours. The Gibson Brothers perform Friday, May 20 at 7 pm in the Edwards Opera House.  Go to full article

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