The Oliveros Response Project – Bonus: Saint Mark Church – Vidita Kanniks sings “Shanti Mantra”

Inspired by the late composer Pauline Oliveros and her “Sonic Meditations”, this short film explores Deep Listening in Saint Mark Church, a historic building in Cincinnati that is not open to the public. (For more information, visit https://savestmark.com/). In this…

The Oliveros Response Project - Bonus: Saint Mark Church - Vidita Kanniks sings "Shanti Mantra"

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Inspired by the late composer Pauline Oliveros and her “Sonic Meditations”, this short film explores Deep Listening in Saint Mark Church, a historic building in Cincinnati that is not open to the public. (For more information, visit https://savestmark.com/).

In this performance, vocalist Vidita Kanniks performs a Vedic chant arranged by her father, Kanniks Kannikeswaran.

In each film, The Oliveros Response Project explores a different building and a different part of Cincinnati’s history.
The Imperial Theater (originally a vaudeville theater)
Kauffman Brewing Tunnels (underground tunnels built during the brewing boom of the 19th century in Cincinnati)
January 21st – King Records (the studio where James Brown recorded his first hit record)
January 28th – Emery Theater* (once home to the Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra)
*This film features the world premiere of five brand new works for piano and percussion, composed especially for this project.

Producer/Director/Cinematographer/Editor: Andy Gasper
Executive Producer: Brianna Matzke
Audio engineer: Josh Elstro
Production Company: Axe of All Trades

Co-Presented by:
concert:nova
The Hive: A Center for Contemplation, Art, and Action
Cincinnati Preservation Collective

Thank you to:
Save the Mark
Evanston Community Council
J.R. Gentle

Sponsored by:
The Carol Ann & Ralph V. Haile, Jr./U.S. Bank Foundation
The William O. Purdy, Jr. Foundation Fund of The Greater Cincinnati Foundation
The Johnstone Foundation
with support from the International Foundation for Contemporary Music

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