Triple Spiral is a new work by composer Justin Grounds, drawing inspiration from Baroque instruments and bringing it into the modern day. The 3 movements (spirals) have the fast-slow-fast structure of an 18th century trio sonata while taking inspiration from modern drum’n’bass beats and rhythmic patterns, electronic music, and particle physics. Featured artists include Justin Grounds (Baroque violin), Sarah Groser (viola da gamba) and Yonit Kosovske (harpsichord) in collaboration with Yumi Lee (contemporary dance), who weaves an improvised circular dance in and around the musicians. The result is a vibrant and contemporary work that links the traditions of the past with the energy and vitality of the present day.
5pm – Hunt Museum, Study Room 2: Film screening (12 minutes) with Q&A.
The film will repeat on auto-play until 10pm.
8:30pm – Hunt Museum, Captain’s Room: Live performance (instrumental)
9pm – Hunt Museum, Captain’s Room: Live performance (music & dance)