Late
Apr
 2015

STAR! STAR! STAR! CIRCLE!

6:00pm – 9:30pm
Free

Artist George Ferrandi is holding “Immersive Synchronized Sound Play” sessions on the night time roof of the International House of Japan building. Described as an experience somewhere between a celestial bed-time story and a séance, the sessions are for groups of nine people and last for 10 minutes. That might be quite a short timed event to head there for specifically but it promises to be something unique and there’s plenty of other things to do in the area. Priority will be given to those who make reservations and please note: the sessions at 7:00 and 8:30pm will be in English. See the link below for more details.

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