How Two Musicians Transformed New York into an Audio Augmented Reality Concert Experience.

From Central Park to Lincoln Center, step into a secret soundworld of original compositions.

How did you begin working with the New York Philharmonic Very Young Composers program?

How did you choose the route for the sound walk?

Can you expand on the importance of the last stop being Amanda Phingbodhipakkiya’s “We Belong Here” mural?

Do you have any favorite moments from the walk or production process?

What advice do you have for other composers who might be interested in working with location-based audio?

Artists and composers Lucy Yao and Dorothy Chan pose together in front of a green wall with disco balls above them. Lucy, on the left, is holding a mini green piano, and Dorothy, on the right, is holding a mini blue piano.
Artists and composers Lucy Yao and Dorothy Chan pose together in front of a green wall with disco balls above them. Lucy, on the left, is holding a mini green piano, and Dorothy, on the right, is holding a mini blue piano.

What do you hope listeners will take away from this experience?

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