Following was provided March 31 by Marty Rosenblatt:
Conductor Sam Smith (blue shirt) practices with remote-viewing cellists prior to the March 30 Music from the Fringe concert at the College of Idaho.
I am just returning home from a very hectic and extremely enjoyable creative process working with Sam and Nancy Smith on the “Music from the Fringe” concert. There were four cellists and two composers. The cellists did four RV sessions, three on Thursday, one in the morning on Friday, with the concert on Saturday!
Three movements, recorded with a smart phone, are here.
The viewers had the intent to first describe/sketch each Target plus any initial musical impressions, just like in “normal” RV, but to then provide the composers their musical “inspirations from the future.” The Target was a Poem with a related PhotoSite. The composers actually RVed the first Target, however they were way too busy composing to do any more RVing. The composers created four movements for eight cellists.
The first-of-its-kind concert last night was incredible – I wish you could have all been there. Sam was the conductor. There was nothing but praise for the performance inspired and composed in a RV Fringe fashion (^_^). The Target (Poem/PS) was on a screen as the cellists played…terrific musical matches…terrific music.
There were new contacts made to expand this collaborative idea to other areas where new people can be exposed to Remote Viewing and the creative capabilities of consciousness. I hope some of you will be inspired to start fringy collaborations with your contacts and areas of interest.
Click RemoteViewingatConcertFinal to view the Powerpoint material that introduced the “Music From the Fringe.” These slides were presented in three parts:
1. RV (slides 1 – 14, presented by Marty)
2. Viewing Summaries (slides 16 – 28, presented by Nancy)
3. Poems/PhotoSites shown on the screen during each associated musical movement (conducted by Sam):
a. Xmas Cheeseburgers
b. Dan’s Bugs
d. Remote Friends
A video of the process and the concert is in production.