Every day is a different experience in Studio G here at 89.3 KPCC. My world is filled with all different genres of music. I'm producing a series of underwriting spots for the Levitt Pavilions Summer Concerts at Levitt Pavilion MacArthur Park in Los Angeles and at Levitt Pavilion Old Pasadena. String Theory caught my ear. They will be performing at Levitt Pavilion MacArthur Park on Friday, July 24.
String Theory transforms architecture into musical instruments and then plays the building or park in this case. Opulent golden musical brass wires envelope the audeince in a canopy of sound and attach to existing structure or objects. Choreographed dancers Harpists mesmerize onlookers with kinetic performance as they play the long-strings, generating captivating tones and textures. Either interior or outside to the facades of buildings up to 1000 feet high, String Theory installations and performances garner the highest praise from all who witness. The performances can range in scale from ambient/background trios to shows incorporating a cast of twelve, featuring dancers, aerialists, giant percussion walls and large-scale Harp installations.