Upcoming Events » Free Electronic Music Concert Recreates Pink Floyd Classic

March 27, 2014 7:30 pm
Free and Open to the Public
Durgin Concert Hall - UMass Lowell
35 Wilder St.
Lowell, MA
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Showcasing the future of electronic music, UMass Lowell students, graduate Dan Tang and Mike Testa, a faculty member in the university’s sound recording technology program, will present a free public concert that will feature an interpretation of Pink Floyd’s classic “Dark Side of the Moon” album and other compositions performed on keyboards, iPad technology and prototypes of new musical instruments. A light show and special effects will complete the experience. The album, released in 1973, has sold an estimated 50 million copies and remained on Billboard’s top-selling chart until 1988.

Free public parking will be available in the nearby Wilder Street lot.

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