Ground-Breaking Opera by America’s “Most Wired” Composer Set to Premiere in Monte-Carlo this Fall

Photo caption: (l-r) George Loomis (International Herald Tribune, Financial Times), Hon. Maguy Maccario (Consul General of Monaco, vice president, the Prince Albert II of Monaco Foundation-USA), Tod Machover (composer, MIT Media Lab) and John Rockwell (The New York Times).

Tod Machover, MIT’s composer extraordinaire and the brains behind the new opera “Death and The Powers: The Robots’ Opera”, was guest of honor at lunch at the Consulate General of Monaco in New York today hosted by the Hon. Maguy Maccario Doyle. Set to premiere in Monte-Carlo on September 24, Machover – whom the LA Times calls, “America’s most wired composer”- presented details of his visionary, ground-breaking opera to some of New York’s most esteemed music, cultural and arts press. The opera is a highlight of events in the Principality this fall, including an Energy Summit, organized by the Monaco-based Futurum Association and with the cooperation of the Prince Albert II of Monaco Foundation.

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