In this episode, Mozart rides in a car for the first time. He kinda can’t handle it! Watch more #MozartDoesStuff on our Youtube Channel!
The most virtuosic shower you’ve ever seen. Watch more of Mozart’s antics on our YouTube Channel!
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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 dishes!
Each year the Super Bowl provides a bounty of entertainment for sports lovers, sports haters, and nerds alike. Particularly intriguing for the geek/nerd crew is a fun-filled “name that tune” extravaganza during the Super Bowl’s rapid-fire commercial sessions, aka the Ad Bowl. Along with some fellow web-based classical music nerds, I took part in this activity yesterday afternoon. So much fun! The Ad Bowl started off with lots of Bud Light and techno. Things weren’t
Yes, it’s true. This group of musicians made instruments out of fresh vegetables! So awesome.
The New York Philharmonic recently presented an innovative production of Ligeti‘s Le Grand Macabre. To accompany this brilliant show, the NY Phil’s marketing department put together a series of behind-the-scenes flip cam videos. So many times we wonder what it takes to put together the wonderful concerts we attend, and thankfully, the New York Phil has given us a backstage pass via YouTube. They say the show will be back in 2012, and I can’t
Late last week a member of the Salon97 community sent me a link to: http://wwww.inbflat.net/ This site is so cool that I wish I could embed the whole thing into this post. Basically, it’s a page constructed of several YouTube videos. Each is a video of someone playing a tune in B flat. They all go together, and you’re at liberty to create your own “In B Flat” masterpiece by playing different videos in tandem.
I found an amazing video on Mashable yesterday. American composer Eric Whitacre spliced 250 videos together to create a virtual choir. Below is the YouTube video performance of his work, Lux Aurumque. Breathtaking.
So check out this dude rocking the cellphones. Whoa!