“Schoenberg in Hollywood” premier is tomorrow!

Boston Magazine lists/describes SCHOENBERG IN HOLLYWOOD as a "not-to-miss" event in the current November issue. Can't believe that we open on Wednesday!! Get your ticket at blo.org/hollywood, and come join us sometime over the coming week. Here are some photos from last night's dress rehearsal:  

Advertisements

Our Philadelphia story in Playbill

Here's an excellent essay on PHILADELPHIA VOICES and the City Symphony concept by Paul Horsley in The Philadelphia Orchestra's Playbill magazine from March. Check it out on pages 6-12; well-written and interesting. You can read it here.

BBC radio documentary on “The Making of Philadelphia Voices”

Reporter Andrea Shea delves into the creation of Tod Machover's newest symphonic work, "Philadelphia Voices." From the famous Mummers’ New Year’s Day Parade to the sizzling of celebrated cheesesteaks, acclaimed U.S composer and inventor Tod Machover has been collecting sounds for his latest piece 'Philadelphia Voices,' a composition inspired by the heritage, sights and sounds of …

New York Times beguiled by “Cheese Steak solo”

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cbOfKM0MRHc If the Philadelphia Eagles can win the Super Bowl, why can't Philly's iconic cheese steak have its moment too? So seems to be the question driving New York Times reporter Michael Cooper as he shadowed Tod Machover, who was on a last-ditch quest to capture the perfect audio recording at Pat's, one of the …

Philadelphia Voices @ National Constitution Center

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lSbJd982q-Q Composer Tod Machover visits the National Constitution Center on Constitution Day, September 17, 2017, for his newest city symphony project, "Philadelphia Voices." His objective: to collect sounds that capture the spirit of the place that gave birth to American democracy. Add your voice to the project by downloading the Philadelphia Voices app! Download in …

Detroit Free Press on “Symphony in D”

Terrific article in today's Detroit Free Press by Mark Stryker. On his Facebook page, Tod Machover comments: "Stryker paints the background for the project beautifully, and describes the paradoxical nature of this "ephemeral" work - that tries to capture this moment in Detroit's history with a not-likely-to-repeat cast of characters - with the simultaneous goal …