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Cellist Kathryn Carlson, 

May 23, 2018 

Isla Vista Tragedy memorial at UCSB

In collaboration of composer Heena Yoon and new-music cello player Kathryn Carlson, this project was born at the heartbreaking “backpack tomb” on the UCSB campus curated by Briana Michel. 

Carlson's variation has been performed at various and significant venues such as the  memorial wall "We Remember Them,"  the UCSB labyrinth,  the St.Mike's Church for the memorial service led by Meditation practicioner Raduhle Meininger, and UCSB summer music festival 2018. 


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Cellist Kathryn Carlson, 

May 25, 2018 

at the Memorial wall "We Remember Them" 

Cellist Kathryn Carlson, 

May 25, 2018 

at the UCSB labyrinth  

Cellist Kathryn Carlson, 

May 28, 2018 

at the St. Mike's Church memorial service, 

Isla Vista, CA

This social activism piece has been spread out,  naturally varying its shape: first in West Coast by cellist Kathryn Carlson, then East coast by trombonist Jacob Elkin, then Midwest by Heena Yoon playing nay, then back to southern California responding the Thousand Oaks gun tragedy.  However, the message has never changed:

Not One More. 

Trombonist Jacob Elkin, 

June 17, 2018 

Manhattan, NY 


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Nay player, composer Heena Yoon 

For those who have lost someone you loved...

Silk Road Ensemble's Global Music Workshop 

June 29, 2018

Green castle, IN

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Cellist Ashley Walters

For the victims of Thousand Oak gun tragedy

December 15, Thousand Oak, CA


Cellist Kira Weiss 

Vigil of the 5th anniversary of Isla Vista Tragedy 

May 23rd, Isla Vista, CA

To see more pictures of the event, click (gallery)


Cellist Kira Weiss 

"Wear Orange" day for gun violence awareness event

June 8th, Santa Barbara, CA

To see more pictures of the event, click (gallery)


Upcoming: Harpsichord player, composer Patrick Lindley's electro-acoustic piece 


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