Boom Box Symphony

Tuesday, December 14, 2004

For the past 12 years, composer Phil Kline has been leading people through the streets of New York for his annual Christmas symphony ... using tapes, played on boom boxes by the participants. This year, the Jewish Community Center commissioned a Hanukkah version of the piece. "Night Lights" premiered Thursday evening on the streets of the Upper West Side. Alicia Zuckerman went along and brought back this audio postcard.

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