Algorithms are art.
Coding is creative.
Let Larkhall show you.
Mad scientist and prizewinning concert pianist Larkhall has invented a computer system named Otto, who creates live visual projections responding in real time to his performance.
See technology, visual art and music collide in this moving, cinematic performance of the future.
“A new exciting voice on the contemporary scene”
—Hannah MacInnes, Times Radio
“⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️. You won’t be disappointed if you take time out of frantic festival schedule to go to see Larkhall. Visually stunning. Musically sublime.”
“Larkhall’s Say You’re With Me at Summerhall is an elegant chamber set of (mostly) piano music with enchanting, live-generated visuals from a computer onstage next to the performer. The graphics for each song look quite different, but are all intimately connected to the music.”
“10 Ed Fest Best: A breathtaking experience as live piano combines with algorithmic visual representations of the music. My definite blind discovery of the Fringe.”
“Mesmerising and gorgeous”
“Incredible and fascinating look at the future of the relationship between technology and music. Brilliant music, incredible visuals! Not to be missed!”
“Really lovely show – see it if you can! Engaging performance by a very talented artist. Loved the music and the visuals, and really enjoyed the discussion of the tech behind it. Highly recommended.”
“Great night at @larkhall @edfringe. Stunning. Absolutely enjoyed it”