The World According to Sound Tour
Photo Credit: Gundi Vigfusson

The World According to Sound is a radio show that airs on All Things Considered on NPR and weekly on individual public radio stations. The Washington Post writes that "each episode is 90 seconds, containing a neat little story about an evocative, unusual sound rendered in intense aural detail." HowSound deconstructed the show's sound-driven approach to radio in a segment called "Short is Beautiful."

Click on the links below to get tickets and reserve your seats!

2017 Tour Dates

March 8th and 9th The LightHouse Center for The Blind and Visually Impaired San Francisco, CA
March 25th Livak Ballroom University of Vermont Burlington, VT
March 29th Skidmore College Saratoga Springs, NY
March 31st Town Hall Theater Middlebury, VT
April 1st Cherry Valley Old School Cafe Cherry Valley, NY
April 3rd Auburn Public Theater Auburn, NY
April 5th The Smith Center for the Arts Geneva, NY
April 6st PRX Garage Boston, MA
April 11th Central Square Theater Cambridge, MA
April 12th WhiteBox New York, NY
April 14th The Greene Space New York, NY

For the live version of the show, co-creators Chris Hoff and Sam Harnett set up a ring of speakers, pass out sleep shades, turn out the lights, and move sounds all around an audience seated in total darkness. In one hour they are going to take you on a trip where you will re-experience the world through your ears instead of just your eyes.

Thanks to Clair Brothers for providing us with the awesome speakers to make this event possible!