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Upcoming Events

The busy spring concert season is upon us. We want to share some details about the many Muséik-driven concerts on the calendar. We're very proud to have been involved in hundreds of concerts at middle schools, high schools, colleges and professional ensembles around the globe this concert season.  Here are a few highlights of our spring season. We hope you might be able to attend one of these muséik driven performances in your area. 

January 26-28

True Concord Orchestra and Chorus (Tuscon, AZ) presents Jocelyn Hagen's "The Notebooks or Leonardo DaVinci". This is actually the second time this ensemble will present this remarkable work.

January 3

The Manitowoc Symphony (Manitowoc, WI) presents Mussorgsky's "Pictures at an Exhibition" with a film commissioned by Michael Tilson Thomas and produced by USC School of Cinematic Arts.

The Greeley Philharmonic Orchestra (Greeley, CO) presents the world premiere of the orchestral arrangement of Julie Giroux's "Symphony IV: The Blue Marble." In addition to being a premiere performance of this version of the work, the Greeley Phil plans to present the multimedia across three screens, with surround sound audio SFX and live event scenting. This is a performance not to be missed!

April 5-6

The Buffalo Philharmonic Orchestra (Buffalo, NY) presents Gustav Holst's "The Planets" with a synchronized film produced by NASA.

April 11-24

Dutch conductor Björn Bus will present Julie Giroux's "Symphony IV: The Blue Marble" and Johan de Meij's epic CineSymphony "Planet Earth" as a multi-media double-header in four cities across the Netherlands. Venues include:

April 11 – Philharmonie Haarlem

April 15 – Stadsschouwburg De Harmonie Leeuwarden

April 22 – Parkstad Limburg Theater Heerlen

April 24 – Muziekcentrum Enschede

April 12-14

Augusta High School (Augusta, WI) drama department will present "Spongebob Squarepants: The Broadway Musical" with projected sets created by Ion Concert Media and driven by Muséik. This production will be the world premiere of the Ion-produced projected set.

April 25-27

The Farmington High School (Farmington, MN) drama department will present the musical "Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat" with a projected set created by Ion Concert Media and driven by Muséik. This production will be the world premiere of the Ion-produced projected set.

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