The Arnold Arboretum opens its doors to international percussion group Ensemble Evolution as its first artists-in-residence this November. A collaboration cultivated by local percussionist Maria Finkelmeier, Ensemble Evolution will present a three-part residency in early November highlighting the creative connection between composing and performing music dedicated to and inspired by nature.On Friday, November 8, the trio will collaborate with the Boston Percussion Group to create a special composition for the Arnold Arboretum. Together, the musicians will workshop a brand new piece, inspired by the unique Arboretum landscape, to be premiered at the concert. This process will be open to public observation from 3–4pm. The performance will be accompanied by images and videos captured by local photographer Adam Detour.The concert on Saturday, November 9 will take the audience beyond Boston and into the landscape of northern Sweden—Ensemble Evolution’s home for two years. They will perform their self-composed album “Sounds from the Treetops,” a collection of six pieces inspired by the iconic Treehotel in Harads, Sweden. Joined by New York based clarinetist Angela Shankar, the set will feature a variety of instruments and timbres—from marimbas to drums and cymbals, from soft and delicate to energetic and rhythmic—which will transport listeners on a musical journey from beginning to end. The performance will be accompanied by video projections from the Treehotel, giving the audience a unique lens into this special place. Read Full Story
BRO’s Bracket BrawlWhat’s the best outdoor school in the Southeast and Mid-Atlantic? Beginning March 19, Blue Ridge Outdoors’ Top Adventure College Tournament, sponsored by ENO Hammocks, asks readers to pick the winners. Colleges and universities meet in head-to-head matchups in a 32-school bracket. In each contest, the school receiving the most votes advances to the next round.Larger schools (more than 5,000 students) go head-to-head on one side of the bracket, while smaller schools square off on the other side. The two division winners face off in a David-meets-Goliath championship to determine the regions’ best outdoor school.The initial 32 colleges and universities were selected for their outdoor clubs and curricula, their commitment to outdoor and environmental initiatives, the quality of their outdoor athletes and programs, and their opportunities for adventure.Will your alma mater take the tournament crown? Rally students, alumni, and supporters around your college or university. Voting begins March 19 at contests.blueridgeoutdoors.com. Voting ends at 9 a.m. Monday of each week.Round of 32: March 19 –April 2Sweet 16: April 2 – 9Elite 8: April 9 – 16Final Four: April 16 – 23Championship: April 23 – 30Visit blueridgeoutdoors.com to vote and to view the complete 32-school bracket.Want to help support your school? Shoot and share a one-minute (or less) video showing everyone why your college is the best adventure college in the region and Blue Ridge Outdoors will feature selected videos on our site and social media platforms. At the end of the contest, the team at ENO will select their favorite submission and the winner will receive an ENO hammock package! Post your video to Instagram, tag @blueridgeoutdoors and @enohammocks, use the hashtag #topadventurecollege in the caption and you’re entered to win.For more information, contact digital publisher Dusty Allison ([email protected] or 828-225-0868) or Justin Forrest at ([email protected] or 828-225-0868).
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