The often-sensationalized Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart is back with a vengeance in the 21st Century. He’s more virtuosic than ever but faces a large bit of difficulty dealing with the modern world. In Salon97’s new video series, watch Mozart find his way though the trials and tribulations of life in 2012. Up first, Mozart does the
On Pi Day, perhaps the geekiest of holidays, March 14 (3/14) is a day to celebrate all things numbers (irrational or not) and … pie. In celebration of this wonderfully nerdy holiday, we continue our Music and Data Viz collection with a special Music & Math edition!
We’re a whole week into January now, but really, do those best-of lists from the end of the year ever get old? No, not really. And with the various music lists floating about, one could fuel months of listening from a comprehensive selection of genres! All thanks to the glorious best-of list.
Turn your computer keyboard into a musical instrument with these 3 tools to discover your inner musician!
When apparently random members of a crowd come out of the woodwork to present a rehearsed performance, you have a flash mob! And with the increasing popularity of online video viewing, flash mobs are not only fun for the crowd who gets to see an unexpected live performance, but for internet users around the world
With our Voyager: Interstellar Music and Science event coming up on April 26, we’re celebrating music and science all month long! And what better way to do so than with another music and data visualization/sonification post? Below are four fascinating science-based visualizations and sonifications that utilize classical music in incredible ways. So cool! 1. NeuroKnitting
Mozart is back at it. This time, he imitates one of today’s greats: Mick Jagger! Mozart loves Maroon 5, too. Do you think he has moves like Jagger? If this video is any indication, Mozart is already convinced he does. See the entire series on our YouTube Channel!
We’re back by popular demand with more music and data visualization! From an aural portrayal of climate change to classical masterpieces depicted with bar graphs, this latest selection of music and data is full of creativity and beauty. 1. Classical Masterworks as Bar Graphs We shared one of these with you last year as part
Thursday, December 6, 2012 8:00 p.m. concert, 7:00 p.m. pre-concert talk The Del Sol String Quartet, a San Francisco institution, are celebrating their 20th anniversary with Del Sol Days at Z Space Theater. Members of the Salon97 community are invited to attend Thursday night’s interactive multi-media concert at the special rate of $20 ($30, general
From musical discovery (classical and beyond!) to consuming various other forms of arts and culture, to reading articles and books on virtually any topic under the sun, we’ll devour just about anything you send our way. So, it’s little surprise that we love infographics. It’s even less surprising that we love, LOVE seeing data visualized