> View this post on Instagram [https://www.instagram.com/p/CAGupzdjP8W/?utm_source=ig_embed&utm_campaign=loading] I learned from @themarthabeck that there is a beautiful Japanese word for this play of
Jeremy Denk played this in recital Saturday during an > “iPod shuffle” of seven eclectic pieces exploring ragtime. [https://www.washingtonpost.com/entertainment/music/denk-shows-range-in-ipod-shuffle/2015/10/12/810963b4-7105-11e5-ba14-318f8e87a2fc_story.html] I agree with
Dissapointing that the Washington Post's article on the Philadelphia Orchestra's use of the mobile app LiveNote [http://www.washingtonpost.com/entertainment/2014/10/29/b162aff2-5dc4-11e4-9f3a-7e28799e0549_story.html] to enhance user experience at performances
> Wonderful videos of mid-concert ringtones, and performers' greatest responses http://t.co/G9cuZnkVae via @blingulator [https://twitter.com/blingulator] — Tom Chatfield (@TomChatfield) September 5, 2014 [https://twitter.com/TomChatfield/status/507827495228276736] The video
It happened. More posts if I find them. > #Glassingtonians [https://twitter.com/hashtag/Glassingtonians?src=hash] sitting on the lawn, prepped and ready to see supertitles through their Google Glass during Carmen! pic.
> Wolf Trap to unveil smartphone and Google Glass supertitles for opera performances ... http://t.co/S8XU8HDCqI via @washingtonpost [https://twitter.com/washingtonpost] — Daniel Pink (@DanielPink) July 3, 2014 [https://twitter.com/DanielPink/statuses/