The Alabama Symphony Orchestra’s inaugural Sound Edge Festival is slated to be one of the most exciting music and art festivals of its time. It will bring together creative talents from Birmingham’s music and art industries for intense collaborations with the Alabama Symphony Orchestra.
On February 13th the Sound Edge Festival will be held at the BMA for a night of music, art, and film. Join the ASO’s new music director Carlos Izcaray as he dives deep into the relationship between these three art forms with a showing of the film Koyaanisqatsi composed by Philip Glass.
Make sure you come early to experience Third Space /shifting conversations about contemporary art, the most extensive contemporary exhibition from the collection the Museum has ever organized. Combining multimedia works from around the world, this exhibition will connect the audience with thought provoking artists and issues from Birmingham to Fuxin, China, and everywhere in between.
5-6:30PM – Third Space- exhibition extended hours
6:30PM – Discussion with Carlos Izcaray, Auditorium
7PM – Koyaanisqatsi screening, Auditorium
For more information please visit https://www.soundedgebham.com/