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An Instrument for the Community: Inside the Making of Octave 9
Seeded by seattlesymphony on 5 Apr 2019
Author: Seattle Symphony
Working with a team of project partners, the Seattle Symphony converted a former classroom at Benaroya Hall into an interactive performance venue and gathering space. The result is Octave 9, a one-of-a-kind instrument that combines immersive visuals with digital acoustic architecture. Learn more about Octave 9: Thank you to our project partners: LMN Architects (, Meyer Sound ( and Belle & Wissell, Co. ( Laura Reynolds, Vice President of Education & Community Engagement, Seattle Symphony Mark Reddington, Partner, LMN Architects Tim Boot, Director of Digital Product Experience, Meyer Sound Gabe Kahn, Principal, Belle & Wissell, Co. Scott Crawford, Principal, LMN Architects Claudia De Almeida, Design Director, Belle & Wissell, Co. Videography: James Holt, Strangelife Music: "Coyote Turns" by Alexandra Gardner Musicians: Artur Girsky, violin; Natasha Bazhanov, violin; Sayaka Kokubo,
Ensemble: Seattle Symphony