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Saturday, May 19 • 4:30pm - 5:30pm
Cascine and Stadiums & Shrines present: Dreams

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In advance of the upcoming Dreams compilation from Cascine and Stadiums & Shrines, the project’s creators, alongside artists Kaitlyn Aurelia Smith and Emily Sprague, host an open conversation about the value of dreaming in the present, interdisciplinary collaboration across mediums, engaging the surreal, and escaping into the ambient beyond. The discussion will conclude with Sprague performing a brief musical improvisation.

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Cascine

Cascine is an independent record label based in New York. It was founded in 2010 and is known for its consistently refined brand of electronic and alternative pop music. Key artists include Half Waif, Gigi Masin, Yumi Zouma, Chad Valley and others. Cascine also operates a boutiqu... Read More →
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Emily Sprague

Emily is a synthesist, songwriter, and recording artist from the Catskill | Mountains. After years of working on and touring with her folk band, Florist, | she began exploring the world of modular synthesizers as a way to expand | her musical horizons beyond the structure and... Read More →
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Kaitlyn Aurelia Smith

"Raised on Orcas Island off the coast of Washington state, Kaitlyn Aurelia Smith's compositions are surreal yet rooted in nature. By combining the organic elements of her upbringing with the technological prowess gained from her studies at Berklee College of Music, Kaitlyn's impa... Read More →
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Stadiums & Shrines

New York-based website Stadiums & Shrines explores sound through imagery and language, and its late-night program, “Up in the Clouds,” on Newtown Radio. The central project of S&S is Dreams, a collaborative series pairing handmade collages with original compositions of music... Read More →


Saturday May 19, 2018 4:30pm - 5:30pm
First Presbyterian Church 305 East Main St, Durham, NC 27701