Sarah Hennies, Terry Berlier & The Living Earth Show: A Kind of Ache • IN-PERSON

Sarah Hennies, Terry Berlier & The Living Earth Show: A Kind of Ache • IN-PERSON

Saturday, December 4, 2021 . 8PM
Photos courtesy of the artists

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A Kind of Ache is a multimedia installation and concert from composer Sarah Hennies, sculptor and conceptual artist Terry Berlier and electroacoustic duo The Living Earth Show (Andy Meyerson and Travis Andrews) that reimagines a world designed from and for a queer identity. The drums-and-guitar duo will play Hennies’ score on Berlier’s sculptures, using objects, music and their imaginations to wonder “What would it feel like to be the majority?”

The Living Earth Show supports the next generation of artistic thinkers throughout their work.  During the 2020-21 season and throughout the pandemic, they worked closely with UMD School of Music students in the creation of Music for Hard Times. The eight-week virtual project featured 70 UMD Wind Orchestra students in an open source composition that can never be replicated. During their 2021-22 residency at The Clarice, The Living Earth Show will continue to collaborate with UMD students in the making of a safe artistic space for queer-identifying individuals. They will host an Arts Citizenship Talk (ACTnow) and share their creative process with audiences.


The Clarice lobby concession bar Encore will be open for food and beverage sales during this event.

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