The Bob Moog Foundation will be hosting An Evening With Patrick Gleeson, streaming live from the Moogseum on May 23, 2023, from 7-9 p.m. ET.
The event will feature master synthesist Patrick Gleeson, discussing his career as a synthesist; Different Fur, the San Francisco recording studio he founded in 1968; his work with the likes of Devo, Brian Eno and David Byrne; his friendship with Bob Moog; and his work on the synthesized soundtrack to Apocalypse Now.
In-person tickets to the event have sold out, but tickets for a guided Moogseum tours and VIP lunch are still available.
An Evening With Patrick Gleeson will feature:
- A live demonstration of his vintage Moog modular synthesizer, heard on the soundtrack to Apocalypse Now;
- An interview with Gleeson, hosted by BMF’s Michelle Moog-Koussa, about his career and his insights on synthesis; and
- The evening will conclude with a short DJ set from Dr. Gleeson.
The event starts at 7:00 PM ET and will be livestreamed for those who have purchased tickets.
Livestream tickets are available now, pay what you can, starting at $10 USD.
3 thoughts on “Livestream Event Will Feature Master Synthesist Patrick Gleeson”
88 and still up for a small show, hats off to you sir!
Master Synthesist how must I twist my buttons to get the Master Synthesist title?
That crossed my mind too. What is a master synthesist, and how do you get that moniker?
One way to win the title is to have worked on “Apocalypse Now” and have released an excellent modular reworking of “The Planets” by Holst. Patrick’s version is an intriguing comparison piece with Tomita’s, both being top-notch. He used an E-mu modular where Tomita used a Moog, so there’s a clear tonal difference. Then there’s that seal of approval from Herbie.