Royal Liverpool Philharmonic To Perform On Second Life September 14th
The Royal Liverpool Philharmonic, one of Britain’s oldest symphony orchestras, is set to play a concert in the virtual world of Second Life. Second Life is a three-dimensional world where millions of participants create their own reality.
The orchestra is hoping to attract a new generation of fans through this foray into the virtual world. The Royal Liverpool is building a replica of its concert hall where it will perform works by Rachmaninov, Ravel and two contemporary composers from the northern English city. After the concert, they can chat to the orchestra’s principal conductor Vasily Petrenko and performers in the virtual bar.