The Royal Liverpool Philharmonic claims that they will be "the first professional orchestra" to perform in Second Life on September 14. Conductor Vasily Petrenko conducts Ravel’s Sheherazade and Rachmaninov’s Symphonic Dances, as well as world premieres by Merseyside-born composers Kenneth Hesketh and John McCabe. Petrenko, Ken Hesketh and soloist Kate Royal will appear in-world to chat with residents after the performance.
Spots are limited, so head to this link to register (broken at time of posting.)
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I just registered at the link with no problems. It’s for a “chance to win a ticket.” The form is set up in such a way that makes it clear they don’t expect all the entrants to be previously familiar with Second Life. (Which I think is not the best response to the horns of a dilemma.)
Thanks. Must have been a temporary hiccup.