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Random Rab and Android Jones: Immersive Ambient Journey at Sanctuary Hall

Price $29 – $39 USD + BF Get tickets

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Dive into a captivating ambient journey at Sanctuary Hall, where Random Rab's unreleased ambient music is performed live on a kaleidoscope of modern, vintage, and traditional instruments, including the church’s grand piano and rebuilt 19th-century organ. The evocative music merges with Android's live 3D-mapped digital alchemy. The fusion of auditory and visual artistry transforms the historic space into a living, breathing universe of color, light, and sound.

About Sanctuary Hall

Sanctuary Hall, nestled within the First Congregational Church at 1422 SW 11th Ave, Portland, OR 97201, stands as a beacon of cultural and historical significance in Portland, Oregon. Esteemed for its rare Venetian Gothic architecture, this hallmark was meticulously constructed between 1891 and 1895, drawing inspiration from the Old South Church in Boston. Designed by the Swiss architect Henry J. Hefty, it captivates with its distinctive use of color, pointed arches, and elaborate detailing, contributing to Portland's architectural diversity.

Its 175-foot bell tower, once the tallest structure in Portland, signifies the church's historic prominence. Although the original design included additional towers and a cupola removed in 1951, the essence of its grandeur remains intact. The stained glass windows, commissioned in 1906 by the Povey Brothers, add layers of artistic and historical value, enhancing its aesthetic allure.

As a non-profit, all-ages venue, Sanctuary Hall embodies a mission to foster and reflect the community's cultural life, firmly rooted in the appreciation and preservation of its architectural majesty. It serves as a vibrant center for arts and music, embracing its role in the community with a deep acknowledgment of the land's original inhabitants and their enduring legacy.

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