Kendall Band article in today’s Globe

STARTS & STOPS

And the band is set to play on after students’ efforts for Kendall Station

Students in the Kendall Band Preservation Society removed pieces of the “Kendall Band’’ sculpture from the T station in April to make repairs. (John Blanding/ Globe Staff)

By Eric Moskowitz
Globe Staff / March 27, 2011

The band is getting back together again. After a year of tinkering and toiling at MIT’s Rapid Fabrication Laboratory, the students in the Kendall Band Preservation Society will begin reassembling the restored pieces of the celebrated musical sculpture at Kendall Station over the next few weeks.

The largest element of the sound sculpture should be up and working by April 30, when a celebration will be held at the station as part of a campus-wide open house celebrating MIT’s 150th birthday.  – for more see article.

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Curators of the Interactive music sculpture by Paul Matisse at Kendall Station
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One Response to Kendall Band article in today’s Globe

  1. Bob Tatz says:

    Please put up a camera with audio, and stream it online so we can all hear it!

    Thanks,
    Bob Tatz
    Chem BS, 1978

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