Immersive Concerts @ Lincoln Center

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Through collaboration with Young Patrons of Lincoln Center, EXO created a series of party-concerts

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About the project

Since 2016, EXO has partnered with Young Patrons of Lincoln Center to produce several party-concerts, each focused on a particular piece of music or composer. In one concert, excerpts from all nine of Beethoven’s symphonies were performed back-to-back, giving listeners a trajectory of those pieces of music as they trace through his creative life; another featured a performance of Dvorak’s 8th Symphony in surround sound. 

Each of these concerts have expanded on the ways that EXO can provide a full-body, immersive concert experience, with audience members embedded within the orchestra, with the orchestra surrounding the audience by playing along all four walls, and more. 

This blog post about our 2016 concert is a wonderful description of these events

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Additional support

The Julia Perry Centenary Celebration & Festival is supported, in part, by public funds from the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs in partnership with the City Council.

Permission to use this photograph of Julia Perry is granted by Talbott Music Library Special Collections and Westminster Choir College Archives (Julia Perry Collection), Rider University. Digital image, copyright 2021.

Ethel Smyth, the British suffragist, has found another advocate in the conductor James Blachly, whose recording of her last major work, “The Prison,” from 1931, exudes quality (Chandos) — an album of the year, by any measure.

David Allen, The New York Times