Explorers of Electronic Space Music Perform at Urban Laboratory Arcosanti

The Cosanti Foundation presents a Different Skies Electronic Music Festival concert and dinner on Saturday, September 20, 2008.

Arcosanti, AZ, September 07, 2008 --(PR.com)-- Arcosanti, Arizona - Different Skies, a festival of electronic space music, will feature a performance of exciting, imaginative, and surprising new music. Technology meets imagination to craft an evening experience full of wonder and creativity at the Colly Soleri Music Center.

In its 6th year at Arcosanti, the Different Skies Music Festival presents an opportunity to hear new music performed after a week of intensive, experimental composition and rehearsal. The performers are electronic musicians that join together at Arcosanti to collaborate. The result is musical scenery of space and time. For images, audio streams, and more information about this year's performer lineup, please visit the Different Skies website at www.differentskies.com.

Reservations are required for dinner. Tickets are $40 each for dinner and performance or $20 for the performance only ($10 students). Please call 928-632-7135 for tickets and information. A complimentary tour of Arcosanti will be offered at 5:00 p.m. in the Visitor's Center. Dinner is at 6:00 p.m. and the performance at 7:30 p.m.

Dinner Menu

Enjoy lemon basil salmon, served with rice pilaf with orzo, cream of artichoke soup, green salad, and fruit salad with shortbread cookies for dessert.


Arcosanti is located 65 miles north of Phoenix. Take exit 262 off I-17 and follow the signs for Arcosanti. Maps and other information are available at www.arcosanti.org or by calling 928-632-7135.

Arcosanti, a project of the Cosanti Foundation, is an urban laboratory under construction in the high desert of central Arizona that seeks to reduce humankind’s ecological impact on the earth. Visitor tours are available every day (except major holidays) on the hour from 10:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. The Visitor’s Center is open from 9:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. Meals and overnight accommodations are also available. Famous Soleri ceramic and bronze windbells are produced and sold on site.

Cosanti Foundation
Erin Jeffries