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Soundscape Visions presents ‘Transformations’ at Wright Locke Farm

Lynn’s Alexander Vavilov plays viola during the Soundscape Visions live performance at Gallery at LynnArts. COURTESY PHOTO/SPENSER HASAK

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The following was submitted by Soundscape Visions:

On Thursday, Feb. 29, Soundscape Visions will present “Transformations,” an audio-visual performance event that invites the audience to reflect on the themes of artificial intelligence, global warming, societal transformations and nature, at Wright Locke Farm at 7 p.m. in Winchester.

The event combines original video art, live music, and poetry to create a multi-sensory and immersive experience.

Tickets are $20-$40.

“Transformations” is a result of a collaborative process that integrates different media and genres. The video art created by François-Xavier de Costerd and Stephen Levin consists of stunning visuals that depict the beauty and the complexity of our world and the changes it is undergoing.

The music, written and performed by Alexander Vavilov on viola and Ara Sarkissian on keyboard, spans from classical and romantic to contemporary and minimalist, creating a dynamic and diverse sonic atmosphere that enhances the visuals.

The poetry, written by Stephen Levin and recited by Mitchel Ahern, adds a lyrical and poetic dimension to the event.

The event will also take place on Friday, March 1 at 8 p.m. at Galleries at Lynn Arts in Lynn, MA. Tickets are $10 for general admission.

Seating is limited, so advance booking is recommended. For more information and tickets, visit

Soundscape Visions is a group of artists and musicians who share a passion for exploring the fusion of visual art and music. They aim to create and present innovative and engaging audio-visual works that stimulate and challenge the audience.

“Transformations” is their third program and the first of a series of three planned programs for 2024.


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