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In conjunction with the Montréal Science Centre and the Conférence régionale des élus de Montréal, Groupe Molior presents Fanfare, the interactive sound installation by Amuse designer Melissa Mongiat.
The third edition of the Eureka! Festival Science here, there and everywhere, which runs from June 12 to 14, 2009, at the Quays of the Old Port of Montréal, gave the public the opportunity to wander through Melissa Mongiat’s Fanfare, an interactive sound installation. With several arches in bright colours, the installation will allow festival-goers to simulate a marching band as their presence makes composer Bernard Poirier’s piece Les nains start to play.
Fanfare is a community-building project that aims to create a collective experience on festival grounds, where over a hundred interactive, entertaining and educational activities are on the line-up. These very diverse activities deal with topics that range from art, science and technology to humanitarian and environmental issues. Initiated by the Conférence régionale des élus (CRÉ) de Montréal, the Eureka! Festival is put on by the Montréal Science Centre, with financial participation from the Gouvernement du Québec.
Fanfare is a creation of Amuse.
Fanfare is an installation that comes to life through public participation, giving festival-goers a unique collective musical experience. As people pass under a series of arches equipped with sensors they trigger different parts of the score, with each arch having its own instrument. Visitors thus create their own individual or collective fanfares as they enter the Festival.