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Imagine....a classical concert where no one knows what's going to happen next, neither the audience nor the performers. imagine a classical concert where the audience has an active part in the performance. We created a list of 64 things. Just before the show begins the audience pulls out of a hat the pieces that will be performed in the show, so every time is different and unique.

Classical music is engraved in our souls. Nevertheless, the traditional concert is a rigid ceremony-like format, where the audience is not actively involved in the creation process:  64 things is aiming to change this. instead of recreating- creating, instead of passive listening- active listening and participation.

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