The immersive musical film Harmonielehre, featuring the Orchestre symphonique de Montréal and its music director Kent Nagano, will be showing in the Satosphere from June 30 to August 15, 2014 and will take you right into the world of Harmonielehre, the piece by American composer John Adams.
Through a unique 360 degrees capture of the OSM at the Maison symphonique de Montréal, you will be propelled into an imaginary world that lies between Adams’ subconscious and the magnificence of the Satosphere!
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June 30 to August 15, 2014
From Tuesday to Friday – Satosphere (3rd floor)
Immersive musical film – 8pm : 23.95$
Immersive film + Dinner at Labo culinaire (5pm to 10pm) : 59.65$ + tips
Duration : 40 min
Tickets available online, at the Vitrine culturelle and at the door before each projection from 5 pm.
OSM / Kent Nagano
Founded in 1934 by a group of devoted music lovers, with the backing of the Québec Government, the Orchestre symphonique de Montréal is one of the major cultural organizations of the city whose name it bears with pride Under Maestro Nagano’s leadership, the OSM’s musicians have demonstrated the breadth of their talent, both in their performances of the great classics from the European tradition and in major events.
Kent Nagano is renowned for interpretations of clarity, elegance and intelligence. Since September 2006 he has been Music Director of Orchestre symphonique de Montréal.
John Adams, composer
John Adams, one of the most renowned American composers of his generation, grew up in New England and studied at Harvard before settling in California in 1971.
From then on, he was very active in San Francisco’s music scene, teaching at the Conservatory for 10 years and then joining the San Francisco Symphony as composer in residence.
Focused on creating tangible, all-encompassing audiovisual experiences, the Satosphère is the first permanent immersive theatre devoted to artistic development.
The dome, which puts the audience at the centre of the works, forms a 360-degree spherical projection screen 18 meters wide by 13 meters high that can accommodate up to 350 spectators.