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The Finger Lakes Environmental Film Festival from the interns' point of view

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Posted by Rachael Lewis-Krisky at 10:28AM
Photo Courtesy of Kayla Reopelle

On Jan. 28 at Cornell University’s Sage Chapel, The Cloud Chamber Orchestra played along with a screening of the historical ethnographic documentary, "Grass: A Nation's Battle for Life.”

Bringing “Grass: A Nation's Battle for Life,” and the Cloud Chamber Orchestra together was a stroke of genius. The band’s musical accompaniment is a perfect harmonious choice for the cavernous church space of Sage Chapel.

Cloud Chamber Orchestra presented its out-of-this-world creations, effortlessly capturing the audience as they watched the silent film. Classic song structure does not hold the group back. They seamlessly move across complex layers of emotionally lingering timbres and exotically rhythmic percussion.

Did you miss the event? Read more about it in this review from The Ithacan. Our own Kayla Reopelle photographed the event while I wrote a review – a true manifestation of collaboration!

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