Sounds of the Chicago River

(Third in a series of six) Friends partners with the Fifth House Ensemble and the American Indian Center to present a series of virtual workshops and a performance of Sounds of the Chicago River using Deep Listening to reconnect ourselves to the natural world through sound. Together, we use Deep Listening as a tool for observation and increased awareness of our environment, integrated with Native practices that explore the interconnectedness of humans, wildlife, plants, and place.

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Sounds of the Chicago River

(Fourth in a series of six) Friends partners with the Fifth House Ensemble and the American Indian Center to present a series of virtual workshops and a performance of Sounds of the Chicago River using Deep Listening to reconnect ourselves to the natural world through sound. Together, we use Deep Listening as a tool for observation and increased awareness of our environment, integrated with Native practices that explore the interconnectedness of humans, wildlife, plants, and place.

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Sounds of the Chicago River

(Fifth in a series of six) Friends partners with the Fifth House Ensemble and the American Indian Center to present a series of virtual workshops and a performance of Sounds of the Chicago River using Deep Listening to reconnect ourselves to the natural world through sound. Together, we use Deep Listening as a tool for observation and increased awareness of our environment, integrated with Native practices that explore the interconnectedness of humans, wildlife, plants, and place.

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Sounds of the Chicago River

(Sixth in a series of six) Friends partners with the Fifth House Ensemble and the American Indian Center to present a series of virtual workshops and a performance of Sounds of the Chicago River using Deep Listening to reconnect ourselves to the natural world through sound. Together, we use Deep Listening as a tool for observation and increased awareness of our environment, integrated with Native practices that explore the interconnectedness of humans, wildlife, plants, and place.

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