Bent Frequency is excited to present "A Bicycle Built for 111" at Old 4th Ward Park during Art on the Beltline. Contemporary music ensemble Bent Frequency presents a bicycle centric concert, featuring Mauricio Kagel’s Eine Brise for 111 cyclists, Matthias Kaul’s Wheeled for 5 bicycles and the world premiere of Klimchak’s Pied Piper of the Ether for saxophone, percussion and bicycle-powered theremin. Performers include Bent Frequency’s Jan Berry Baker and Stuart Gerber, Klimchak and percussionists and cyclists from the Atlanta community. Bicyclists do not need to have musical knowledge, but must be able to follow directions while riding their bike through the path. You will need a bike, helmet, a bell or a horn. Time involved will be on Sunday, October 11th from 4pm until 6:30pm (the show begins at 5:30). Cyclists will perform Eine Brise at the beginning and the end of the show.To see a video of this piece, watch below
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I, in consideration of my participation as a volunteer in Bent Frequency’s Art on the BeltLine performance, hereby agree for myself and my heirs, assigns and legal representatives, to indemnify and defend and hold the Atlanta BeltLine Partnership and Atlanta BeltLine, Inc. and Bent Frequency and each of their officers, directors, employees, volunteers, agents and all other persons officially connected to the Art on the BeltLine projects (the “Indemnitees”) harmless from liability for any and all claims and causes of action of any nature for any and all personal injury, including death, and for all damage to or loss of personal property which might occur while I participate in a cleanup project.
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