ConcertCue (formerly NoteStream) is a mobile web application that streams synchronized program notes during a live musical performance. These program notes include text, images, and other rich media, precisely timed to important events in the music itself. The goal is to help audience members better appreciate and understand the music they hear.
ConcertCue been used in the these performances:
- Lincolnshire Posy by Percy Grainger, performed by the MIT Wind Ensemble, Fred Harris conducting (Prism II concert, Dec 2016)
- Blackstar by David Bowie, arranged by Evan Ziporyn, performed by Maya Beiser and the Ambient Orchestra, Evan Ziporyn conducting (Mar 2017)
- Beethoven's Sonata for Violin and Piano No. ("Kreutzer"), performed by Susanna Ogata, violin and Ian Watson, fortepiano (Mar 2018)
With Radius Ensemble
- LUCY, by Elena Ruehr, for piano, strings, flute, clarinet (Longy School of Music, November 2017)
With the Boston Symphony Orchestra
- Haydn Symphony No 83, Andris Nelsons conductor (Tanglewood in the City, July 2017)
- Mozart Piano Concerto No 21, Benjamin Grosvenor, piano, François-Xavier Roth, conductor (Jan 2018)
- Express Abstractionism by Sean Shepherd (World Premiere), Andris Nelsons conductor (Feb 2018)
- Shostakovich Symphony No 4, Andris Nelsons conductor (April 2018)
Read Articles about ConcertCue:
- Before the Concert Begins, Please Turn On Your Cellphones (Boston Globe)
- The Concert Program Gets a Digital Makover Fit for Bowie (Arts at MIT)
Nathan Gutierrez '17 received the Wiesner Student Art Award in 2017 for his work on ConcertCue.