[Musical America] BAM’s Epiphany — Concert or Art Installation?
Daniel Stephen Johnson, November 6, 2015
NEW YORK — Like strange angels, or some other form of beatific extraterrestrial life, the choristers of the Young People’s Chorus of New York looked on silently, clad in dark, robelike garments and lighting the way with luminescent white orbs. They smiled warmly as visitors, wearing 3D glasses, wandered through the space behind the stage set at the Brooklyn Academy of Music’s versatile Fishman Space. Huge projection screens became the walls of a corridor of flashing, multicolored imagery by video artist Ali Hossaini.
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