Play your boombox or your phone at Unsilent Night in Hudson park


(Mike Licht)

Phil Kline’s holiday cult-classic performance piece Unsilent Night has included Hudson on its list of 37 performance sites this holiday season. This pioneering work of public sound art debuted in Greenwich Village in 1992, and is today a tradition that has been celebrated in more than 100 cities across five continents. Kline’s beautiful electronic soundscape is downloaded and played by the audience on boomboxes and amplified phones carried through city streets.

The Hudson performance begins at 6:30 on Saturday, December 23. Participants will gather at 6:30 p.m. at Seventh Street Park at Seventh and Warren Street. The performance begins at 7 p.m.

For more information and to sign up as a public performer, visit


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