Andrew Ramos from WPIX-TV visits Vintage Live and perfectly captures what this incredibly unique musical experience is all about.
The New York Times dedicates a half-page in today’s Sunday Business section to an in depth look at how Moleskine is adapting and evolving in a digital world.
Vintage Live, the world’s most interactive, all-request musical revue, made its U.S. debut in New York City in a state-of-the-art, pop-up theater on Pier 97 earlier this month to rave reviews. Highlights include:
“A human jukebox. This guys knows more songs than Spotify. Well, almost.”
– New York Daily News
“One of April’s five best Off Broadway shows.”
- Huffington Post Arts
“The creativity is in the presentation as much as the music itself, making for an extreme rarity: a cover band that plays with genuine originality.”
– The Wall Street Journal
“Request your favorite tunes and see if you can stump the man who says he can play anything in the American songbook – and beyond.”
“Vintage Live is electrifying fun.”
- Broadway World
“A one-of-a-kind musical experience.”
“We suggest grabbing a date and a pair of tickets tout de suite.”
- Inside Hook
President Obama officially opened the Edward M. Kennedy Institute in Boston last week. PKPR client ESI Design created the Institute’s interactive exhibits and visitor experience, which includes a program that allows up to 100 people to “play” Senators-in-Training in a full-scale recreation of the U.S. Senate Chamber.
The firm’s innovative work won praise from influential design outlets and columnists including Fast Company (”In This Museum, You Don’t Learn About Senators. You Are a Senator”), Quartz (”Ted Kennedy’s Institute Lets Visitors Play Senator For A Day”), and Slate (”Kennedy Institute Combines Cutting-Edge Tech With A Full-Scale Senate Replica”).
PKPR placed an exclusive with the New York Times (”Ready Thyself for an All-Night Philosophy Jam”) on the announcement of New York City’s first-ever Night of Philosophy on April 24-25.
The 12-hour, nocturnal marathon presented by The Cultural Services of the French Embassy will feature performances, art installations, and round-the-clock lectures by over 60 leading philosophers on topics like “Must Intellectual Life Be So Boring” and “I Think, Therefore I Can.”