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  • Turning the Northern Lights into music

    You can't see the Northern Lights from Tacoma, Washington - or even from Latvia. But Latvian composer Eriks Esenvalds was inspired on a trip to Norway to write a multimedia symphony turning the aurora borealis into music. And he'll be in Tacoma this weekend as Pacific Lutheran University gives the U.S. premiere of his "Nordic Light Symphony."

Turning the Northern Lights into music

You can't see the Northern Lights from Tacoma, Washington - or even from Latvia. But Latvian composer Eriks Esenvalds was inspired on a trip to Norway to write a multimedia symphony turning the aurora borealis into music. And he'll be in Tacoma this weekend as Pacific Lutheran University gives the U.S. premiere of his "Nordic Light Symphony."
Eriks Esenvalds