Gone with the stars - When organ music meets outer space

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As part of the workshop "Synergies between Civil Aviation and Surgery: A Human Enterprise Perspective", the Office for Science and Technology, the Houston Methodist Hospital, the Center for Cyber-Physical Systems for the Hospital Operating Room (CyBHOR), Tietronix, and Allen Organ invite you to:

"Gone with the stars" - When organ music meets outer space

  • When: Tuesday, December 8, 2016, 7:30pm
  • Where: Houston Methodist Research Institute, Bookout Auditorium, 6670 Bertner Avenue, Houston, TX 77030
  • More information & RSVP on the event website

An artistic experience:

"Gone with the Stars" has had nearly 15 sold-out performances in France. The 10-part hour-long program features Chretien’s stunning photography taken during his space missions of the ’80s and ’90s. Using music and imagery, the concert portrays not only the space vehicles’ flight and the beauty of the solar system, but also the organist’s own incredible spacewalk.

The artists:

- Jean-Loup Chrétien, the first French astronaut, is also an organist and offers us through this concert an interstellar music experience.
- Jean-Philippe Le Trévou is the exclusive agent of Allen organs in France, he is nowadays one of the very few cinema organists of the country.