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Livestream: Hyelim Kim in Résonances, at the Vortex

Lockdown doesn’t mean shutdown, as taegum player Hyelim Kim notes. Join her and others this evening for a live interdisciplinary performance. Donate to the venue and artists via the link below or via the event’s Facebook page.

Résonances – Live Stream

Sunday 5 April 2020, 6:30pm – 7:15pm BST
Livestream on the Vortex Facebook page
Donations welcome.

Resonances poster
Painting by Aurelie Freoua, created during a live gig at the Vortex Jazz Club a few months ago

We are delighted to announce that we will be hosting a video live-streamed from our respective homes on Sunday 5th of April. We are currently living in unprecedented times but this new reality doesn’t stop our creative flow! The performances will be live-streamed on The Vortex Jazz Club facebook page.

Résonances is an experimental event merging live visual art, dance, musical performance and poetry. The performances take you on a journey of creation, improvisation and interactions between all these art forms. This audio-visual experience aims to create dynamic and harmonious dialogues between different disciplines resonating, echoing and inspiring one another.

This multidisciplinary live performance aims at challenging the perceptions of the viewer, stimulating their senses and emotions.

This event will feature:
Visual artists: Aurelie Freoua, Ley Loosh, Gwen Kassenaar Heddle
Musician: Hyelim Kim
Dancer: Petra Haller Dancer
Poet: Mervin Scott

The performance will start 5 April at 6.30pm. Join us for an event full of colours, music, dance and poetry! You will be able to watch us live via The Vortex Jazz Club facebook page.

If you donate, the income will be split between the Vortex Jazz Club and the performers:

Link to Vortex Paypal Donation Page

We hope that this will be the first of many events that the club will be putting on online!

Stay safe,
Résonances Team


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