All the proceeds will go to support EMEAPP, the Electronic Music Education and Preservation Project
Michael Whalen should be well known to those of you who have been following Synth and Software, and we just recorded a really interesting interview with him. He’s a very good interview – lots to say, and very articulate.
Tickets are $10, and the concert will be available for delayed streaming for a couple of days after the live event.
Even if all the money didn’t go to support EMEAPP (Electronic Music Education and Preservation Project), it would be well worth the ten bucks for the music. And if it weren’t worth the ten bucks to hear the music, it would be worth it just to see the synths he’s playing – actual classics that belonged to, say, Keith Emerson.
He’s going to play music from his latest album, Imaginary Trains.
Here’s the link for tickets. Be there or… you know.