A River Sings: Roomful of Teeth Follows the Colorado as Art and Nature Intersect [Berkshire on Stage]

At moments it’s almost like hearing the Colorado River – and even the surrounding landscape – sing. There is joy. Sorrow. Hope. Progress. Destruction. It is nature and civilization in constant conflict.

Water Songs: Ha Tay G’am is a new live music and video project exploring the profound history of the Colorado River. Featuring compositions by John Luther Adams, William Brittelle, Shara Worden, Sarah Kirkland Snider and Paola Prestini, the delightful collaboration will be performed by MASS MoCA favorites (and recent Grammy Award winners) Roomful of Teeth on Saturday (March 1) at 8pm in the Hunter Center.

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