Celebrate Bob Moog’s Birthday With A Live Theremin Concert By Randy George

Theremin and ContinuuMini virtuoso Randy George

Theremin virtuoso Randy George will be performing a live streaming concert, live from the Bob Moog Foundation’s Facebook page on Bob Moog’s birthday, Saturday, May 23rd, at 8pm (ET)/5pm (PT).

George will be performing with a unique setup, which includes a Moog Etherwave Pro theremin, a Haken ContinuuMini, and a collection of wireless peripheral devices of his own design.

Randy George is one of a small handful of artists dedicated to theremin performance. Randy’s work has advanced awareness of the theremin, through roles as soloist, session musician, lecturer, and video creator.

“I’m thrilled to contribute energy to Moogmentum in Place in celebration of Bob’s birthday and streaming in support of the Moogseum during this challenging time,” he adds. “His legacy has touched a lot of people in the music industry, but it has also altered the course of life for many of us who share his passion for the theremin. I’m here to help keep the flame burning.”

The performance is part of the Bob Moog Foundation’s Moogmentum In Place, a series of live streaming events celebrating the legacy of synth pioneer Bob Moog and supporting the Foundation.

The Bob Moog Foundation is an independent non-profit, dedicated to preserving the legacy of Bob Moog and his work. The Moogmentum events are free to watch, but donations are encourage to help preserve the Foundation and its mission.