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The AmsterDramm Project was a live simulcast (radio and Internet) of Kalvos & Damian's New Music Bazaar in an interview with composer David Dramm, along with a live concert of his music, on September 12, 1998. The concert was from STEIM's concert hall in Amsterdam as a finale to the annual Gaudeamus Music Week.
The five-hour program (1830 to 2200 GMT) was cybercast in the United States on WGDR-FM in Plainfield, Vermont, and simulcast from its RealAudio server, with a West Coast mirror provided by Jesse Kanner Internet. In the Netherlands, the concert will receive delayed broadcast in Amsterdam and had immediate cybercast by VuurWerk Internet, who provided the main feed to the United States.
David 'Damian' Gunn anchored the U.S. side of the interview from the WGDR studios, and Dennis 'Kalvos' Báthory-Kitsz was in Amsterdam at STEIM. The live interview welcomed composer luminaries from the Netherlands.
This was one of the first broadcast/cybercasts of an extended live exchange via an Internet connection worldwide, and the most technically successful. Kalvos & Damian's New Music Bazaar is proud to present it as the first in its series of live concert cybercasts.
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