A Sound Walk, together

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2020-09-19 14:00
14:00 UTC
FREE

On
Saturday 19th September
at 3pm

A SOUND WALK, together
in Exwick, Exeter, UK

group of 3 + Emma Welton
about an hour
a short, circular walk, with pauses

very local
minimal conversation
listening together

helping each other to attend to what’s there

If you would like to come, send me a message.

In the case of bad weather, the walk will be postponed.

Emma Welton

Emma Welton

United Kingdom

I studied music at Manchester and York Universities, UK. I perform on violin, viola or double bass with Lavolta ensemble, Exeter Contemporary Sounds, Icebreaker and in other groups and on all sorts of platforms. I am co-curator with Tony Whitehead of A Qui...

Near Exwick, Exeter, UK

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