Kansas City musicians Amado Espinoza and Karen Lisondra’s Junkyard Orchestra shows how musical instruments can be made out of practically anything. Whether they’re playing a classical Arabic flute made from a broom or a Bolivian guitar fashioned out of a cookie tin, Junkyard Orchestra proves that using recycled materials and found objects opens up musical horizons.
The Village will be in Swope Park located south of the Southeast Community Center and will host performances, makers and food vendors. Every weekend will be different and exciting, so consider visiting multiple times throughout the duration of Open Spaces. All activities within the Village are free and open to the public!