Scheherazade Gets Rave Inquirer Review

Immersive multimedia project featured in Philadelphia Inquirer

Curtis’s innovative Immersive Scheherazade project was recently featured in the Philadelphia Inquirer, receiving a rave review.

Peter Dobrin writes:

It was a multisensory delight. The darkened room, lined with colorful lights, was kept dim. You could sit or stroll as the 45-minute piece played back on 10 high-quality speakers. If ever it was your fantasy to sit in the middle of an orchestra, this is your chance.

Read the full article for more insight into this fascinating project.


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