The Line That Finally Gets You

Ryan Morgan

Times:

17.30- 22.30

Venue:

Board Room

The Line That Finally Gets You

The Line that Finally Gets to You is a performance that seeks to interrogate the impact that music has on human connection and the stories we associate with songs. It creates a space for audiences to share the music that makes people genuinely feel, to disclose narratives with another human mind, and in turn have someone else’s stories told to you.

This intimate one-on-one performance allows you to feel secure and held as it asks you to think about the personal and possibly unrecognised feelings toward the music you love. It sets no expectations on sharing your stories, but rather offers you the chance to reflect upon what you bring and what you hear without any judgement.

The Line That Finally Gets to You looks at those lines in songs that make us resonate some affecting sensation, the ones that make us smile and laugh and cry, the ones that finally get to you. This piece reiterates the love, care and hope that music can hold, and examines the effects of sharing our personal music libraries as stories with another being.

Ryan Morgan

Ryan Morgan is a performer and artist currently living and working in Glasgow. His work focusses on both one-on-one performances and collaboration in order to question and explore the intimacy that can be interrogated through these settings.  He mainly works with movement and music, guiding and exploring space to create environments of care and reflection for audiences. Currently Ryan is in his fourth and final year of the BA(Hons) Contemporary Performance Practice programme at the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland, and has presented shows alongside Glasgow School of Art, Glasgow University, BBC Symphony Orchestra, Jupiter Artland, Tramway, 21 Common & Paragon Music LTD.