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Modulation | PROTOTYPE Festival

Dark red mountains and an ominous pink sky set the backdrop for Modulation's trailer.

Ticketed patrons can stream this experience from 8 PM EST on January 8 through 11:59 PM EST on January 16, 2021. Registration closes at 11:59 PM EST on January 15, 2021. Register for free here.

Art is how we process the world around us. It opens up avenues of thought, imagination, wonder, and reckoning. In this virtual world premiere co-presented by Carolina Performing Arts and PROTOTYPE Festival, Modulation is a creative investigation on the strands that weave together our lives over this past tumultuous and revelatory year.

A digital, self-guided exploration of these distanced times created by thirteen of the most provocative and diverse voices in the contemporary music idiom; Modulation leads you through the themes of ISOLATION, IDENTITY, and FEAR, with the connection of BREATH. An electrifying auditory and visual journey of new creations awaits.

As our society, country and world continue to exist in a form of suspended animation, we persevere through distance in search of humanity. We reflect on the long days behind us and reveal some answers through this creative effort. The voices of artists show us the hope and the irrepressible power of music to provide comfort and instigate contemplation of ourselves, our art, our world. Watch the trailer here.

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