APAP’s Inside Arts Magazine profiled Tutti Dynamics in its Spring 2011 Issue. Click on the images below to read the full interview with Darren Hoffman who talks about our concept of “Cinema in Concert” and the important roles education and community will play in the future of performing arts.
Monthly Archives: May 2011
This Thursday, May 5th, at 7:30 pm Tutti Dynamics will be at at the Sync Up Conference at the New Orleans Museum of Art. Hosted by the New Orleans Film Alliance in association with Sync Up, “Film, Music and You: Designing an Intimate Media Experience” will showcase interactive media produced by Google, Arcade Fire, and Tutti Dynamics, and live performances by Jason Marsalis, Shannon Powell, Lucien Barbarin and Chuck Perkins.
The event is free and open to the public.
Please join us for a prompt 7:30 start – we don’t want you to miss a minute of the fun! Our fully packed program will showcase these two exciting projects:
“Cinema In Concert” // A multi-dimensional media event that combines live and recorded performances by Shannon Powell, Jason Marsalis, Lucien Barbarin and Chuck Perkins with innovative media displays by Tutti Dynamics. An interactive media company with headquarters in New Orleans, Tutti Dynamics produces music content for use in mobile applications, educational software, movies and music albums. The program will incorporate discussion with the featured musicians, Tutti Founder and Tradition is a Temple Director Darren Hoffman and New Orleans Film Alliance Founder Bryan Bailey about how changes in technology are impacting local music traditions.
“The Wilderness Downtown” // A music/cinema/digital media collaboration between Arcade Fire, Chris Milk, and the Google Chrome HTML 5 development team. Thomas Gayno, from Google, will be in attendance to discuss the project and its implications on the future of entertainment and engagement with audiences.