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Articles tagged with "technology"

Watch: Antonio Pappano conducts the William Tell overture wearing a Go-Pro

29 June 2015

Get a conductor's-eye view in this taster of a forthcoming film featuring cameras strapped to trombonists, violinists and percussionists.

Baton bashing: When videogame music and classical music come together

30 April 2015

From Tetris and Mario Bros. to Call of Duty and Bioshock, videogames have long used classical music to soundtrack on-screen adventures.

How to be perfect: Androids, humans and the danger of the ideal

13 November 2014

Søren Nils Eichberg’s opera Glare explores a recurrent issue in science fiction - what do you do if you can't tell who is real?

Google Glass: Can it be embraced in classical music and the arts?

14 August 2014

'Performance reconceived for the “me” generation', says one critic. Do you agree?

Watch: Director Thaddeus Strassberger on Glare – ‘I’ve never done a robot opera before’

4 August 2014

The American director on the dark science fiction premise behind Søren Nils Eichberg’s operatic thriller.

Introducing Chirp: An app that uses music to share data

15 March 2014

Composer Matthew Herbert makes use of the app in his opera The Crackle to add another layer to the performance experience.

Online booking: how thousands of orders are handled a minute on busy days

2 December 2013

With cloud computing, we’re able to deal with extremely high demand.

Your thoughts: Why #culturematters

13 June 2013

With government cuts proposed, we asked you why you think the arts are vital.

Cookies on the Royal Opera House website

8 August 2012

The way we handle cookies is changing.

Our new website: An update on progress

21 February 2012

Chief Technology Officer Rob Greig on our forthcoming new website.

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