“Resonances Boreales”: A Live Music Performance to accompany the Northern Lights on the Planetarium Dome
Join us at the Treworgy Planetarium for a special performance of Resonances Boreales. This live piano performance by Canadian musician Roman Zavada is set to a stunning 360-degree video of the Northern Lights projected onto the dome in the Museum’s Planetarium Theater.
In September of 2013, Roman Zavada traveled to Canada’s Northwest Territories to witness the Aurora Borealis. While there, he composed original pieces while filming his views of the sky. The result is a breathtaking show, a unique immersive experience that brings the audience straight into the heart of the boreal forest above the 60th parallel.
Roman Zavada is traveling to Mystic, CT, for the 2020 Ice Festival at Mystic Seaport Museum, and will be performing Resonances Boreales throughout the weekend. Performances of the show during the day will be of a shorter variety. This after-hours program is the full-length performance (approximately 60 minutes long).
This event will occur outside of Museum operating hours. Upon arrival, visitors should go to the North Entrance (Thompson Exhibition Building). A member of the Planetarium staff will meet you there and direct you towards the Planetarium building.