BSO hosts 'AI in A Minor' concert with music fully composed by artificial intelligence

BSO hosts an ‘AI in A Minor’ concert with music entirely composed by artificial intelligence

The Baltimore Symphony Orchestra (BSO) recently hosted a first-of-its-kind celebratory event, ‘AI in A Minor‘, that highlighted the incredible musical talent of the BSO and the endless possibilities of artificial intelligence (AI) technology. The event was presented in partnership with technology consulting firm Mindgrub Technologies and the Greater Baltimore Committee (GBC), as reported by BSO Music.


The concert featured original compositions created using generative AI technology, entirely composed by artificial intelligence. The BSO chamber ensemble performed these compositions during the event, including interactive demonstrations seamlessly blending technology and music. The event was held at the Joseph Meyerhoff Symphony Hall on August 9, 2023, as reported by Baltimore Fishbowl.

AI in music has been gaining popularity in recent years, with musicians and artists experimenting with AI to create new and innovative sounds. According to Time, musicians use AI to create otherwise impossible new songs. AI is used to build new correlations and patterns from the data it receives and create unique compositions.

The ‘AI in A Minor’ concert showcased the potential of AI in music, highlighting how technology can be used to create new sounds and push the boundaries of traditional music. The event was a success, and many attendees were impressed by the innovative compositions created by AI.

As AI continues to evolve and become more sophisticated, we will likely see more and more musicians and artists experimenting with this technology to create new and exciting sounds. The ‘AI in A Minor’ concert was just the beginning, and we can expect to see more groundbreaking events like this.

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