A Case for Live Streaming Program Notes in the Concert Experience

The concert hall is a sacred space for arts patrons to experience the power of live performance. So, why would the world-renowned Philadelphia Orchestra encourage audiences to use a mobile app during their concerts?


Our new case study reveals the origin story for LiveNote, an interactive performance guide for mobile devices.

  • What prompted The Philadelphia Orchestra to pursue live streaming program notes to patrons during performances?
  • What did they hope to achieve by creating LiveNote?
  • What challenges did they face along the way?
  • How did audiences respond to LiveNote?

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