etiquette

sound etiquette

The music is rich in details.

Many audience members want to hear everything, and the normal standard of courtesy is to be silent as much as possible while the music is playing.
Try to use the bar area and terrace for conversations.

It’s important to give full look-out to our Guests and have no interruption during their performance.

photography etiquette

Everyone love taking pictures at venues.

Out of respect for the artists, the venue, and all of the other attendees be polite.
Stay out of the others way as much as possible.

Flash photography is not recommended.

events etiquette

invitation only policy

 

Our doors open at 5 pm and close at 11 pm.

Please arrive early to complete the last piece of the puzzle and create an environment that greatly values the individual freedom of expression.

homework

Go to a park or a garden.

You are to remain stationary, listening (perhaps with your eyes closed) until sounds pass by you in all four directions, one traveling east, one south, one west and one north.
What were the sounds? Of course it does not really matter what they were.
The exercise is one of the concentration, and while you are waiting for the sounds that will release you, you hear myriad of others.

The exercise could be done by a group of people as well as on your own.

R. Murray Schafer