One of our I Bike T.O. regular readers forwarded us the following email. Sounds like a creative way to have fun with bikes!
blockquote>May 31, 2008 - 3:00 p.m. - 6 pm.
MUSIC FOR 6008 SPOKES
New Music Arts Projects
Track field, King Edward PS, 112 Lippincott St., Toronto
Sometimes, interesting means simple, and a bicycle with a bell is more useful than a graduate degree in making music. Case in point - Mauricio Kagel's Eine Brise for 111 cyclists. This musical work may have been intended as a two-page testament to conceptual art, but mere technicalities cannot stop the two-wheeled artistic soul. A critical mass of cyclists will ride around the audience in formation, creating a web of sonic undulation. It could sound wonderful, it could sound awful, but in truth we'll have no idea until the actual performance!
If you have a bike with a bell or horn, are not too ashamed to make strange noises, can ride in formation at a comfortably moderate speed, and are interested in "riding" some Kagel, go here to find more details on how to join in the fun: gregoryoh.com/6008spokes