The Robot Orchestra is just that, tiny robots play a 1-hour meander from dreamy ambient & spooky arhythmic to ratchety hard driving fusion.
Artist Danny Shaddick presents the first concert from our You in Mind series, an open call for emerging musicians.
The Robot Orchestra is a band of acoustic instruments being played by machines built using robotics parts and other moving electronic components. Its creation was a response to the inability to get together with other musicians during the pandemic, and a curiosity about the kinetic sculptural qualities of robotic mechanisms.
Catch a glimpse of this tiny band in action below!
Warning: Strobe lights (~10 minutes)
This event is a production in You In Mind, a new 5-part series by the Music Gallery dedicated to artists whose projects or organizations are not supported by public funding or otherwise do not have the means to present in venues of our scale.
918 Bathurst, is not currently wheelchair accessible due to stairs (two half-flights to enter the performance space, and one flight to access the washrooms). This event will have projected visuals, includes amplified sound and will not include additional scents
We will have ear plugs, sunglasses, and a ‘therapeutic room’ for those that need it. If you have any questions or concerns, please do not hesitate to reach out to email@example.com.
Proof of full vaccination or vaccination exception supported by a valid certificate issued by the Ontario Ministry of Health is required at the door. Except in our bar area, masks are required to be worn at all times unless explicitly mentioned otherwise.
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We expect all attendees and community members to respect one another, and to respect the work that was created for you to explore. We will not tolerate harm or harmful behaviour of any kind.