Microscopic Opera Performed By Tiny Worms (Experimental Electronic Music)

Matthijs Munnik’s Microscopic Opera is an abstract opera, performed by the micro-organism C. elegans – a tiny worm of less than a mm in length, and the workhorse for genomics research. Here’s what Munnik has to say about the work: The completely worms are monitored by scientist from their first cell division to their death… Read More Microscopic Opera Performed By Tiny Worms (Experimental Electronic Music)

World’s First iPad Opera

iPad Music Software: EXILE (App Store link) is the world’s first 0pera application for iPad. The EXILE iPad App combines Greek tragedy, advanced digital media, new mobile technologies and contemporary music. The app is an interactive music video, featuring textured generative visuals of digital media artists Champagne Valentine. Set on a desolate coastline, Helen Gifford’s chamber… Read More World’s First iPad Opera

New ‘Robot Opera’ Explores Science Fiction Themes, Opera Of The Future

This is a preview of Death and the Powers, a new opera by Tod Machover with his Opera of the Future Group at the MIT Media Lab. Death and the Powers is a one-act, full evening work which tells the story of Simon Powers, a businessman and inventor, who wishes to perpetuate his existence beyond… Read More New ‘Robot Opera’ Explores Science Fiction Themes, Opera Of The Future

Mael’s Ave Maria

This is an original symphonic electronica arrangement of Ave Maria, recorded at a Christmas concert in 2008 in Elisabetin Church, Timisoara. Credits Music by: mael. Soprano: Elena Doytcheva-Dragomir (Bulgaria). All orchestral parts are synth sounds played by: mael.