Published on Sep 24, 2013
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We put a Carnegie Hall orchestra in the middle of New York City and placed an empty podium in front of the musicians with a sign that read, "Conduct Us." Random New Yorkers who accepted the challenge were given the opportunity to conduct this world-class orchestra. The orchestra responded to the conductors, altering their tempo and performance accordingly.
Created and Directed by Charlie Todd
Produced by: Deverge
A collaboration with Carnegie Hall and Ensemble ACJW
Producers: Alan Aisenberg, Andrew Soltys
Editor: Denis Cardineau
Director of Photography: Ilya Smelansky
Camera: Myo Campbell, Denis Cardineau, Ilya Smelansky, Chloe Smolkin, Spencer Thielmann
Production Sound: Harris Karlin
Photography: Ari Scott
Production Assistants: Juan Cocuy, Kelley Dunlap, Peter Kelly, Michael Tannenbaum
Producers for Carnegie Hall: Nate Bachhuber, Jonathan Bradley, Adrienne Stortz
Musicians: Ensemble ACJW, see video for full credits
Special Thanks: Ethan Lercher & Rossini Yen, 34th St. Partnership
Music: Overture from Mozart's Marriage of Figaro
Full credits at Improv Everywhere
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