What if anyone - regardless of ability - could make music? It’s already happening… with the help of a computerized musical instrument that transforms movement into sound. This week in Lawrence, several public performances will be held utilizing this technology, including a performance this (WED) evening at Audio-Reader’s Sensory Garden. Nick Carswell has more.
Tonight’s (WED) concert begins at 7:30 in the Sensory Garden at Audio-Reader, right next door to Kansas Public Radio. The public is invited. Two more concerts are coming up. One will be held Friday at KU's Spooner Hall. Another performance and demonstration will be held Saturday at the Lawrence Public Library.