Holiday: Unsilent Night

The Contemporary Arts Center has joined the national movement to mark the holidays with an Unsilent Night procession. Participants bring boomboxes and play cassettes of New Music/Experimental composer

The Contemporary Arts Center has joined the national movement to mark the holidays with an Unsilent Night procession. Participants bring boomboxes and play cassettes of New Music/Experimental composer Phil Kline’s multi-track composition Unsilent Night as they walk through the city. 


Working with Light Up OTR, the walk goes from Washington Park’s bandstand through Over-the-Rhine and downtown for about 45 minutes. It will conclude back at Washington Park for a tree-lighting event. The CAC has some extra boomboxes but encourages everyone to bring their own “instruments.” 

6:30 p.m. Saturday. Free. Washington Park, 1230 Elm St., Over-the-Rhine, contemporaryartscenter.org.

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