Tonight, August 29 at 6 PM, the new Museum of Making Music exhibition Waves of Inspiration: The Legacy of Moog will be getting its grand opening:
Visitors can enjoy the music of The Volt Per Octaves during a wine & cheese reception. Following the reception, the museum presents a demonstration with Keith Emerson and music by Erik Norlander. Emerson, the personification of the Moog legacy and maverick of the Moog synthesizer, will demonstrate his “Monster Moog” modular system. Norlander is a prolific artist who pushes the Moog tradition into the future with an evocative synthesizer technique. His perpetual live use of vintage instruments—Moog synthesizers in particular—give his performances a depth of sound seldom seen. Don’t miss this memorable evening!
The exhibit runs through April 30th. Details at the Museum of Making Music site.
If you make it to the exhibit, leave a comment with your thoughts, links to photos, videos, etc!