Features Tod Machover's article on A Symphony for Lucerne on page 23.
Bryn Bliska and Charles Holbrow, MIT Media Lab, Boston USA.
What does it mean to listen to a city? And, in turn, how do you best capture this experience and share it with others? As research assistants in the Opera of the Future group, we share a deep love for the act of listening, and are fortunate to visit different places around the world simply to grapple with these questions. So, as you all approach A Symphony for Lucerne, we wanted to share our approach with you.
Hyperscore Pieces Composed by Students from Four Forest School Tod Machover’s “A Symphony for Lucerne”
1. A Rainy Luzern Night
Shemija, Leopold, and Sara
2. Buzy Luzern Street
Rayan, Johana, and Rebecca
Hyperscore Pieces Composed by Students from Moosmatt School for Tod Machover’s “A Symphony for Lucerne”
1. Der pfeifende Polizist
Carlos Correia Isidoro
Hyperscore Pieces Composed by Students from Musikschule Luzern for Tod Machover's "A Symphony for Lucerne"
1. Stuttering Stammering Spluttering Susan
2. Donkey March
Lea Schaffner and Vera Stöckli