Tone Deaf, Kingston's unique festival of adventurous sound performance,
returns for its 14th edition with five nights of spectacular music in
concert, November 3-8, plus an audience-interactive sound installation at
The Isabel Art & Media Lab, November 2-13.
Friday, November 6: Constellation Recordings artists Avec Le Soleil
Sortant De Sa Bouche bring their kraut-funk, joined by the soulful noise of
Hamilton's Eschaton and YGK residents Warmer at the Grad Club, 162 Barrie,
Saturday, November 7: Experimental electronic artists Caroline Park and
Crys Cole converge with our city's Raissa Simone for an immersive sound
summit at the Agnes Etherington Art Centre, 36 University, 8pm.
Sunday, November 8: Legendary sound poet Nobuo Kubota graces the
festival's closing night, joined by rising star Kaie Kellough and Kingston
ex-pat Skin Tone at the Grad Club,162 Barrie, 9pm.
Admission to all concerts is $10 for students/seniors/unwaged, $15 general.
Admission to the sound installation is free and open to visitors
Monday-Friday, 10am-5pm. All venues are wheelchair accessible.
For more information, visit http://tone-deaf.org
or follow "Tone Deaf Kingston" on Twitter, Facebook or Tumblr. Tone Deaf is
supported by the City of Kingston and the Kingston Arts Council, the
Ontario Arts Council and the Canada Council for the Arts, and sponsored by
the Agnes Etherington Art Centre, Delta Waterfront Kingston and CFRC 101.9fm.