6-1-10: Hearing the Gwynns Falls

May 31, 2010 at 11:05 am 1 comment

On Saturday, for National Trails Day, the Gwynns Falls Trail Council will celebrate the launch of a new group of audio tours of Gwynns Falls Trail. The tours weave together the sounds of people and places along the trail and are the creation of audio artist Steve Bradley and urban historian Ed Orser, both professors at UMBC.

We’ve hear some of the highlights of the tour, including conversations with Bryan MacKay, Ryan Patterson, Bill Eberhart, William Chambers, Ed Orser, and Alvin Lee, and a song recorded at a meeting of the Sharp-Leadenhall Planning Committee.

The launch of the audio tour will take place on June 5th at 1 PM at the Baltimore Visitors Center. More information here.


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