RANGELY | In the last few weeks the TANK Sonic Arts Studio has been featured by Denver’s Fox 31 news, Colorado Public Radio and on Christmas Day on CBS Sunday Morning’s national broadcast. While the […]
RANGELY | For decades, residents have been making sounds, some of them musical, in Rangely’s reverberant sound space known as The TANK. Local musicians recently took advantage of a new opportunity at The TANK Center […]
RANGELY I Days of Sonic Learning activities for more than 100 Rangely children, senior citizens and college students took place at The TANK Center for Sonic Arts Sept. 25-27, followed by Grammy-award winning artist Rinde […]
Writer, composer, librettist, musician, performer and director Rinde Eckert visited The TANK in Rangely Friday, Sept. 30. Eckert was named an inaugural Doris Duke Artist in 2012, won a Grammy for Best Small Ensemble Performance […]
RANGELY I Two months after The TANK International Center for Sonic Arts opened to the public, organizers are reflecting on a summer of transitions and looking ahead to the reverberant sound space’s future.
Dear Editor: We are celebrating 40 years of activities at The TANK with food and music.
RANGELY I TANK Solstice Week events, held June 20-26, brought a range of firsts for Rangely’s massive steel water tank turned International Center for Sonic Arts.
RANGELY I Several events are on schedule for this weekend involving The TANK, starting today with an open house from 7 to 9 p.m.
RANGELY I For the Friends of the TANK, hosting a week’s worth of celebratory events at the formally christened TANK Center for Sonic Arts is a culmination of sorts.