Toronto features from the 18th of July 2010, a brand new edition of the Sound Travels Festival of Sound Art. Promoted every year by New Adventures in Sound Art (NAISA), the celebration is a great opportunity for music lovers to experience innovative beats and listen to the most unforgettable contemporary sounds. The location of the festivity is on Toronto Islands, as well as the Artscape Wychwood Barns on Christie Street.
To promote music and different genres, the Sound Travels Festival brings out refreshing ambiance to the table by promoting Electro acoustic music. Suitable for youngsters, the events holds on the entire summer season until September, and it presents various concerts and shows for the people to esteem. The whole idea behind the entire show is to create art with the help of music, and thus make useful all kinds of instruments. Micro-transmitters, recording equipment and all sort of editing software will be used in the Sound Festival this year in order to promote the fact that there’re can be beautiful sounds without professional training. Some of the most featured genres will be ambient, radio art, sounds capes, live radio, noise and others.
Part of the greater performances, are various concerts held in August entitled, Breakfast – a morning ritual performances by Matt Miller, Rob Piilonen and Sam Morgenstein, Toronto Electroacoustic Symposium Concerts, Expansive Spirits Concert and many more. The entire event is an ideal opportunity to discover new perspectives of contemporary electronic music. Thus, everyone is free to choose their favorite beat, so as to spend an amazing concert day at The Sound Travel in Toronto. 2010 hosts the 12th edition of the summer celebration, where thousands of spectators, fans and performers are being awaited to come and put their talent to the test.
Tickets for the event are available online at https://www.naisa.ca/eshops/etickets.php , and the price varies from 10$ to 15$. Moreover, in case you’re not interested to buy a ticket, the Sound Festival highlights various concerts free of costs as well, especially in the beginning of the event, on the 18th of July. Maybe a free performance will prove that he entire concert is worth visiting. Due to its originality, innovative style and lively atmosphere, the entire summer season in Toronto will certainly turn out to be a grand success. All teenagers will be more than thrilled to take part on the spectacular celebration because it’s exactly what young people like, electronic music.
And since they say that the louder the better, the Sound Travel offers just that, amazing vibes, cool atmosphere and the best music. The entire list of performance is available at http://www.naisa.ca/soundtravels/ , the official website, as well as any additional information about getting there and program hours.