A live performance at the 2005 Buffalo Biennial by electric violinist Ritsu Katsumata. "Summer Afternoon" is one of four variations on Prelude 6 in her "Sea of Dreams". The others are:
Spring Dawn: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pl4a8MVm8HA
Winter Dreams: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qnz9nGGP_tE
Autumn Evening: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aH7P46TDj3g
A Spring 2008 live performance by the Southern Illinois University Carbondale Percussion Ensemble.
iOrpheus is a public opera based on the myth of Orpheus and Eurydice and written for and with South Bank Precinct in Brisbane, Australia. Performed on iPods, mobile phones, and laptops, along with interactive installations and live performers, iOrpheus took place on Friday, August 31, 2007 in the streets, parks, and promenades of the South Bank parklands. The performance, and the preparation leading up to it, were documented by New Zealand film-maker Paul Davidson, who's film premiered at CreateWorld 2007, the 3-day Apple Computer/Apple University Consortium event, in Brisbane on November 26, 2007.
A 2007 film of Duckworth discussing The iPod Opera and the Mobile PitchWeb produced by Bucknell University.
In Part 4 of the keynote address to the 2007 Create World, Web 2.0, Apple Computer Australia / Apple University Consortium's 3-day event in Brisbane for digital arts faculty throughout Australia and New Zealand, Duckworth and Farrell discuss iOrpheus live via iChat from NYC. Parts 1 through 3 are a discussion and screening of iOrpheus.
Farrell and Duckworth's questions and answers with the audience are continued in Part 5: