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The New York Public Library for the Performing Arts, The Bruno Walter Auditorium

111 Amsterdam Avenue

New York, NY 10023

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In the fiction podcast It Makes A Sound, a ragtag group of neighbors recreate the music of a local legend entirely from memory. Join the creator/writer of It Makes A Sound, Jacquelyn Landgraf and her sound designer Vincent Cacchione for a night including live performance and conversation about their creative process. They will muse with curators on themes of the show like preservation, memory, fandom, mysterious objects, and relate the podcast's central quest to remember Wim Faros to incredible finds from the library’s collection. What happens when amateur archivist Deirdre Gardner meets some of our country’s top professionals in the field? Come find out!


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