Caspar Sonnet

soundSpark is a free, monthly new music series for young children featuring solo and duo performances by emerging artists. soundSpark takes place at 12pm on the first Saturday of every month. The October 2016 featured artist is Caspar Sonnet.

Saturday, October 1, 2016 12p 1p Performance
Children's Theatre West Hollywood Library 625 North San Vicente Boulevard West Hollywood, CA 90069 Location Details »

Details

Caspar Sonnet is an experimental instrumentalist, singer-songwriter currently living in Los Angeles. Primarily self taught, his unusual song structures, instrumentation and haunting voice have been inspired by an array of eclectic sources, including: Native American mythology, Pre-war blues, Kabuki theatre, world music, Italian vocal composer Carlo Gesualdo, and minimalist composers John Cage & Morton Feldman. Sonnet continues his work which now includes voice, “prepared” acoustic lap-steel guitar & bowed percussion.

Location Details

Parking

One hour free parking in the garage (with validation)

Other Info

The Children’s Theatre is on the second floor of the West Hollywood Library. From the garage, go upstairs and enter through the main doors. Walk straight down the hallway to the right, and the Children’s Theatre looks like a big shipping crate from the outside.

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