Beginning January 2021, The Music Center And Dublab To Offer First-Ever Public Outdoor Art Installation Of Winning Entries From Brian And Roger Enos’ ‘A Quiet Scene’ Global Video Collaboration Inspired By Their Mixing Colours Project

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The Music Center today announced a new public screening and sound installation to be exhibited on the LED screens on its Jerry Moss Plaza in collaboration with non-profit radio station dublab. From January 22-February 21, 2021, The Music Center will screen more than 100 short film finalists and winning entries from A Quiet Scene, an audio-visual project by pioneering ambient music artists and brothers, Roger Eno and Brian Eno. The video project arose from a public competition by record label Deutsche Grammophon in support of the brothers’ first collaborative studio album, Mixing Colours, which was released on March 20, 2020. The highly acclaimed album was 15 years in the making, with both artists drawing on their long experience as composers, performers and producers to compose music that creates a deep meditation on shifting tonal shades and contrasts in timbre. // Continue to the full article
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