May 3, 2001, at Symphony Hall, Boston
and Immersion Music
Orchestral Music at the Technological Frontier
A free concert presented as part of the 2001 Cyberarts Festival
"An aural, visual, and sensory exploration of where music and technology meet -- past, present, and future."
Besides the Ballet mécanique, the program included works by Tod Machover and André Jolivet,
plus world premieres by John Oswald and Eric Chasalow.
The Boston called it "A thrilling event!
like hearing the 20th-century modern being born!"
Read the whole review and also a wonderful preview!
The reviewer for the Boston Globe, however, left at intermission, saying she'd "heard it already." Oh well
Symphony Hall Scrapbook
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PHOTOS by PAUL except as noted
Conductor Gil Rose gets into it
How many pianos can you get into Symphony Hall?
PHOTO: Peter Bronk
Then on to Germany
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