Deep Listening Sound Walk Evening w/ Tina Pearson

Deep Listening Sound Walk with Tina Pearson.

August 22nd 6pm – 9pm.  $20 – $40 sliding scale.

This three hour workshop is for anyone who is interested in deepening their personal relationship with sound, and especially with the relationship between conscious listening and authentic sounding.
Exercises will include play with the breath, subtle movement, sonic meditation, inner listening, sonic mimicry, and sound games. Following a soundwalk on the grounds of Lila, a sounding inside the Yurt will conclude the evening. Deep Listening* tools will also be used.
Everyone is welcome – no musical experience is necessary.
“Tina will take you to the hEARt of sounding.” – Pauline Oliveros
*DEEP LISTENING is a philosophy and practice developed by pioneering composer Pauline Oliveros that cultivates appreciation of sound, silence and “sounding” on a heightened level, expanding the potential for connection and interaction with one’s environment, technology and others in music, related arts, and everyday life. DEEP LISTENING can enhance depth and detail of practice for artists, meditators, teachers, community organizers, ecologists, parents … Deep Listening is for anyone interested in creativity, wellbeing, relaxation, excitement and connection with their immediate environment.

TINA PEARSON’s fascination with sonic phenomena and modes of interaction has led to roles in art, education and community development. She composes and performs in acoustic, electronic and telematic settings with voice and with conventional, found and virtual instruments. Her music has been commissioned for dance, video, radio and spoken word performances in Europe and North America, and she has been invited to present work at international symposia, fesitivals and conferences. Recent projects include Music for Mycologists (Victoria), Techno Dream and Nightmare Choir (St John’s), Sounding the Widow Jane Mine (New York), A Year of 4’33” (multiple sites), Migration of Their Materials (Montreal) and Tales from the Sonic Labiatory (Toronto). Tina was editor of the Canadian journal Musicworks and an instructor at OCAD University. She performs with the Victoria, Canada groups Experimental Music Unit and with the global collective Avatar Orchestra Metaverse.



Here is a link to her Deep Listening Group in Victoria and she is interested in setting one up in Duncan as well!!

This evening in the yurt will be a Deep Listening with sounding walk, followed by playing with improvisation on any instrument and voice, inspired by the work of the master artist Pauline Oliveros.

Pauline Oliveros website check out her website here: