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Street Light Orchestra – Morat Light Festival – Happy City Lab

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The old Town of Morat (FR) is transformed into a great Sound and Light Show. The illuminated streets, monuments and town ramparts plunge you into a magic world. We will be present with our immersive artwork "Street Light Orchestra". The beams fill you with light as you wander through the woodwinds, brass, percussion and strings sections of a virtual orchestra. Each section plays individually from a constellation of streetlight/speakers, as the multi-coloured lampshades dazzle and glow in synch with the music.

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STREET LIGHT ORCHESTRA - GENÈVE
Street Light Orchestra is a musical participative installation created as part of theFête de la Musique 2015 of the city of Geneva. Winner of the contest "A vous de jouer!", it has been installed in the Park Beaulieu in June 2015.

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Imagine a philharmonic orchestra in front of you... You dream of stepping onto the stage and drifting amongst the musicians, listening to each of their instruments. The Street Light Orchestra beams fill you with light as you wander through the woodwinds, brass, percussion and strings sections of a virtual orchestra. Each section plays individually from a constellation of streetlight/speakers, as the multi-coloured lampshades dazzle and glow in synch with the music. Come to the light, butterflies!

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STREET LIGHT ORCHESTRA - NYON
from the 27th of October to the 1st of November 2015, Street Light Orchestra has been installed in La Levratte in Nyon. This free event has invited the people of Nyon to discover this sound and light installation which broadcasts famous classical pieces.

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