Adam Donen on his holographic “Symphony to a lost generation”

He cites Hegel as a key influence and compares his music to TS Eliot. The pop-star turned symphonist discusses his plans to bring the first world war’s legacy of ‘mass-mechanised butchery’ to life on stage – without a real person in sight

Source: ‘It’s a grand undertaking for anybody’: Adam Donen on his holographic symphony | Music | The Guardian

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