Cosmos 1969 - Ars Musica


28/11/2018 - 28/11/2018

Cosmos 1969 - Ars Musica Cosmos 1969 - Ars Musica

Apollo program and sonic revolution reach their peak in 1969: 400 million people watched the first Human walking on the moon to the sound of the Pink Floyd. The band was jamming in the BBC studios, using Minimoog and Synthi EMS VCS3, two instruments that would later be instrumental to the making of The Dark Side of the Moon.

Thierry Balasse uses this conjunction of events as an excuse to create a musical wander inspired by Apollo 11 that will be complemented by an original and anti-gravity performance by Chloé Moglia.

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