• July 28, 2013 11:45 AM

Incorporating Scandinavian sound artist Leif Inge's mind-bending 9 Beet Stretch as the sound score (Beethoven's 9th symphony stretched to 24 hours with no pitch distortion), a series of special performance events will be scattered throughout the museum building and grounds, with contributing artists offering up works related to the ancient idea of the "Music of the Spheres." During the 24 hours of music, various dancers/companies/artists will come and go, presenting a variety of visual offerings to be surrounded by this extraordinary music.
Photo by Milton Adams.

Sunday, July 28

11:45 am: Introductory remarks at Richard Serra's Vortex sculpture on the front lawn
noon–1 pm: Richard Serra's Vortex sculpture on the front lawn
1–3 pm: Second-floor gallery
3–4 pm: Grand Lobby
4–4:30 pm: Meet & greet coffee with the artists in the Café Modern

*For outdoor portions (Reflecting Pond Lawn and near the Serra “Vortex”) audience members are welcome to bring blankets.  (Lawn chairs are prohibited.)
CAFÉ MODERN starts seating for dinner at 5 pm on Friday evenings.

For full schedule, updates, and up to date list of artists/time frames for this project, be sure to check the CD/FW website at www.cdfw.org and Facebook page at www.facebook.com/Contemporary.Dance.Fort.Worth