With members spread out across the lower mainland and peppered around the world, the Chapel Sound community has a reach that feels both hyper local and global at the same time. Seemingly started on a whim by some friends in a living room late one night, the electronic music collective has gone from live streaming on the internet to producing their first ever multi-day festival.
True to Chapel form, the festival will also be incorporating a series of daytime workshops and table discussions to encourage networking, development, and collaboration among it’s attendees alongside the scheduled nighttime music performances. We recently had a chance to chat with with Chapel members and festival directors Nancy Lee, Sean Oh, Eli Muro, and Laine Bulter about the upcoming festival and what they have planned.
Please introduce yourselves (top left, clockwise)
Eli Muro: Co-curator and performer for Chapel Sound Festival, musician, and artist.
Nancy Lee: Director of Chapel Sound Festival, workshop series programmer, event producer, filmmaker, and interdisciplinary artist.
Laine Butler: Visual artist, music producer, and co-curator of Chapel Sound Festival.
Sean Oh: Founder of Chapel Sound and creative director ...