Unsilent Night 2013: Phil Kline's boom-box parade marches through a snowstorm (slide show)

A musically committed bunch rugged up and dusted off their music players for the annual sound walk through lower Manhattan

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  • Photograph: Jena Cumbo

    Unsilent Night 2013

  • Photograph: Jena Cumbo

    Unsilent Night 2013

  • Photograph: Jena Cumbo

    Phil Kline at Unsilent Night 2013

  • Photograph: Jena Cumbo

    Unsilent Night 2013

  • Photograph: Jena Cumbo

    Unsilent Night 2013

  • Photograph: Jena Cumbo

    Unsilent Night 2013

  • Photograph: Jena Cumbo

    Unsilent Night 2013

  • Photograph: Jena Cumbo

    Unsilent Night 2013

  • Photograph: Jena Cumbo

    Unsilent Night 2013

Photograph: Jena Cumbo

Unsilent Night 2013

SantaCon wasn't the only reason people braved Saturday's snowstorm en masse. A less drunk, more sensibly dressed group met at Washington Square Park to take part in Phil Kline's annual boom-box parade, Unsilent Night. The "sound sculpture" involves a roving mass of music players broadcasting a cacophony of chimes. If you missed it, you can still take part in one of 13 participatory parades as part of Make Music Winter (Dec 21), which was actually inspired by Unsilent Night.



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