Organ Temple at Orchestra Hall
Enter the Temple, pull out all the stops to activate musical pipes, and join your fellow temple dwellers in a ceremonial hymn! Inspired by the grand façades of pipe organs and the water-powered Zadar Sea Organ, Organ Temple is an audiovisual VR installation created by Sara Ferret in partnership with GLITCH and Minnesota Orchestra Hall.
Organ Temple is part of the OH+ Concert activity series and will be featured in the Orchestra Hall lobby April 20th – 21st before the Cameron Carpenter performances. Other activities include free beer samples, music from the Ascension/MacPhail String Orchestra, $5 happy hour, and a meet and greet with the concert musicians.
Organ Temple and all OH+ activities are free and open to the public, no concert ticket required.
ABOUT CAMERON CARPENTER PLAYS RACHMANINOFF
Casual Concert = FUN, COMFORTABLE and a little DIFFERENT than what you might expect.
There are revolutionaries in music—and then there’s Cameron Carpenter, who tours globally with an astonishing electric organ of his own design and amazes audiences with his jaw-dropping virtuosity.