Keith Emerson's Three Fates Project Part Of Moog Event

(Classic Rock) A performance by Keith Emerson's Three Fates Project will bring the curtain down on a celebration of the life of Dr. Robert Moog. The Moog Concordance event - to mark the 10th anniversary of Moog's passing - will be held at London's Barbican Centre from July 8-10 and will also include a performance from The Will Gregory Moog Ensemble, featuring Portishead's Adrian Utley and composer Graham Fitkin.

Dr. Moog unveiled the Moog modular synthesizer more than 50 years ago and it had a massive impact on music and instrument design. The Three Fates Project show sees Emerson and his band appear alongside the BBC Concert Orchestra. It features Emerson's Moog solos and is billed as more than just a rock-meets-orchestra performance.

The project's title is taken from a track from the 1970 debut album of prog rock ensemble Emerson, Lake & Palmer who were a favourite band of Bob Moog and who brought his synthesiser sound to some of the largest live audiences of the 70s. Read more here.

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