Photo by Rui Dias-Aidos Panic Bomber, manning the decks in formal attire at New World Symphony's Pulse party.
When one goes to the orchestra, one does not always bring one's dancing shoes. There's usually a bunch of sitting involved.
But every few months, the New World Symphony throws everything you know about classical music out the window and breaks out the lasers for a bit of high-brow, late-night fun.
Pulse is NWS' most innovative event series, pairing a DJ with its world-class musicians for a genre-bending evening unlike anything you've experienced. It's nothing new, but it was new to us as we set out to see how the Slap & Tickle crew's Panic Bomber (AKA Richard Haig) met the challenge.
It turns out, not only can your boy sing, he can compose for a full musical ensemble.
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