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About MIT Kendall Band Preservation Society

Curators of the Interactive music sculpture by Paul Matisse at Kendall Station

And the Band Played On – Technology Review article

TECHNOLOGY REVIEW September/October 2011 By Jeniffer Chu The T station at Kendall/MIT fills with the screech of an approaching train. As the doors open, riders spill onto the platform, and a small girl runs straight for a long silver lever … Continue reading

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Photos from April 30th celebration of Pythagoras

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Pythagoras returned

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Cambridge Chronicle photos and article on April 30th celebration

Photos and Article in the Cambridge Chronicle about the April 30th celebration of the Pythagoras restoration.

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Kendall Band Plaques INSTALLED

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Hear the Kendall Band 2pm, 4/30

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Pythagoras plays again

http://www2.lns.mit.edu/~gsfs/PythagorasReturns.mov

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Kendall Band on All things Considered

Musical Artwork At Kendall T Station Will Soon Ring Again http://www.wbur.org/2011/04/20/kendall-music-sculpture All things Considered by Sacha Pfeiffer April 20, 2o11, 6:45pm CAMBRIDGE, Mass. — If you’ve ever boarded the Red Line at Kendall Square, you may be familiar with the … Continue reading

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Cambridge Chronicle- Wicked Local

MIT students put Kendall ‘band’ back together Apr 11, 2011 @ 10:59 AM MBTA spokesman Joe Pesaturo reports: “In the wee hours of Sunday morning, MIT students and staff began the re-installation of the “Band” pieces at Kendall Station. It … Continue reading

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Pythagoras returned to the Kendall T station

Pythagoras is back, bells and pendulums all hanging and looking pretty in their new clean aluminum finish.  But the bells are not functioning yet.  They will be in operation on April 30th for the re-installation celebration taking place at 2pm.  … Continue reading

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