Thursday, April 24, 2014
7pm Eastern/4pm Pacific—BBS Radio, Station One, found here.
Feature story about the life & art of Russian composer Alexander Scriabin (1872—1915).
Scriabin single-handedly launched the age of modern music in the 20th century. He also invented the first multimedia device in the history of musical performance: a multi-colored light projection system for use during musical performance, invented shortly after the advent of Thomas Edison's light bulbs.
Join us as our artistic director Julian Lampert explores the extraordinary and short life of Alexander Scriabin, one of music's most visionary geniuses.