Experience

October 15, 2021

Relevant Tones Tenth Anniversary Festival Continues with Songs About Buildings and Moods’ Live

The exciting launch of a new series exploring the intersection of music and architecture, Songs About Buildings and Moods is an artistic interpretation of historically and culturally relevant spaces.

We’ll chat with starchitect Daniel Libeskind and hear the music performed live to the videos by Carnegie Hall’s Ensemble Connect.

This immersive event invites us to experience both architecture and music in new ways. Songs About Buildings and Moods is presented as part of Open House New York (OHNY) Weekend.

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