From now on we offer you regular concerts plus (real-time) visualizations of renowned artists, which you can enjoy live at home! The venue and stage for these performances will be the Ars Electronica Center’s new “Piano Room” with the Bösendorfer 290 Imperial CEUS computer piano. This room is also equipped with projection screens and sensors that make it possible to show visualizations here that interact in real time with the volume and timbre of the music. Before and after the concerts, there are always moderated talks with the artists in which the audience can participate.
The program kicks off with a concert by Maki Namekawa and Dennis Russell Davies on May 1 – they play “Ma Mere L’Oye” for piano four hands by Maurice Ravel, with Cori O’Lan contributing the real-time visualizations.