View this post on Instagram I learned from @themarthabeck that there is a beautiful Japanese word for this play of windy light through leaves: komorebi. Which might just displace tsundoku as my favorite
Jeremy Denk played this in recital Saturday during an “iPod shuffle” of seven eclectic pieces exploring ragtime. I agree with the YouTube commenters—this composer's work needs to be more widely known.
Dissapointing that the Washington Post's article on the Philadelphia Orchestra's use of the mobile app LiveNote to enhance user experience at performances doesn't seem to have attracted much attention from readers or local
Wonderful videos of mid-concert ringtones, and performers' greatest responses http://t.co/G9cuZnkVae via @blingulator — Tom Chatfield (@TomChatfield) September 5, 2014 The video linked here increases my respect for musicians and
It happened. More posts if I find them. #Glassingtonians sitting on the lawn, prepped and ready to see supertitles through their Google Glass during Carmen! pic.twitter.com/GWWp6NkVVU — Wolf Trap (@Wolf_
Wolf Trap to unveil smartphone and Google Glass supertitles for opera performances ... http://t.co/S8XU8HDCqI via @washingtonpost — Daniel Pink (@DanielPink) July 3, 2014 I've got to find out more about this