Aga Khan Museum Residency | SilkRoadProject.org

Aga Khan Museum Residency | SilkRoadProject.org

Liz Keller-Tripp: Using bubble wrap, coins, buckets, and a range of voices, members of the Silk Road Ensemble and Toronto-area music students came together to portray ancient myths and fables for one another.

In a workshop presented by Toronto’s Aga Khan Museum—preceding a performance by the Silk Road Ensemble with Yo-Yo Ma the following night in celebration of the Museum’s first anniversary—Ensemble members and 50 middle- and high-school students put down their instruments and explored unfamiliar and revelatory ways of sharing stories, creating moods and setting a scene, and presenting to a room full of strangers.

Read at the Source: Aga Khan Museum Residency | SILKROAD

 


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