Symphony proposes the viewers to live and enjoy classical music thanks to virtual reality technology.
Music and virtual reality come together in this immersive audiovisual journey for all audiences called Symphony, an experience that offers a journey through emotions and music to bring classical music closer to all audiences. The viewer will be able to live and understand classical music feeling like one more musician in the orchestra.
Through this unique experience, the audience will enjoy Beethoven, Mahler, and Bernstein's compositions from the hand of the great orchestra director Gustavo Dudamel and the more than 100 musicians that make up the prestigious Mahler Chamber Orchestra.
The proposal takes place in two spaces: the first one, a room dedicated to the projection of an audiovisual through a big screen with a surrounding sound system that will offer the viewer the opportunity to immerse themselves in a universe of images and sounds like a preamble to the subsequent virtual reality experience. The second room will be dedicated to immersive experiences with virtual reality equipment and viewers.
The visual concept of this experience in virtual reality combines a real-life image filmed with a 360º camera with a computer-generated image and other visual effects. The music has been recorded through a state-of-the-art system that provides a 360° sound experience. A whole new approach that combines the latest technology with visual and musical sensitivity and creativity.
The project can be viewed permanently every day from 10:00 to 14:00 and from 17:00 to 20:00. The estimated length of the experience is around 45 minutes long, and the minimum age to enjoy it is 8 years old.
Tickets can be booked online through this link.
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