The Bob Moog Foundation is proud to welcome Emmy-nominated composer and synthesist Amin Bhatia, and computer scientist Gerhard Lengeling to the Board of Advisors. The existing group of 40 leaders from diverse backgrounds including education, music, and music technology to serve the Foundation with their varied and exceptional expertise and experience, helping to advance the educational, historical preservation, and museum projects of the organization.
The Bob Moog Foundation and The Elumenati are proud to announce their partnership in offering the Moogseum’s interactive, immersive “How Electricity Becomes Sound” exhibit as a rental opportunity for other museums, music festivals and installations in the United States.
The Bob Moog Foundation is proud to welcome prolific producer, composer, arranger, conductor, orchestrator, and lauded professor of music technology and music theory at the University of Alabama at Birmingham, Dr. Henry Panion, III, to the Board of Directors.
The Moogseum and Bob Moog Foundation are thrilled to share our participation in Google Arts and Culture’s Music, Makers, and Machines exhibition, joining 55 partner museums and non-profits from around the world. The Moogseum’s online collection features 13 exhibits and over 275 archival materials from the Bob Moog Foundation Archives.
Today the Bob Moog Foundation announces its spring raffle featuring a coveted, fully restored vintage Minimoog synthesizer with a custom cabinet fabricated from rare African Makore wood, known for its beauty, strength, and durability.
Bob Moog Foundation Hosts a Virtual Listening Party of the Historic Abominatron Tapes to Bid Farewell to the Moog Prototype
The historic Abominatron tape is the audio recording originally sent to Herb Deutsch from Bob Moog in 1965, in which Bob explains in his own voice, every parameter of the Moog synthesizer prototype. The 84-minute reel-to-reel tape was donated to the Bob Moog Foundation Archives by Herb Deutsch, and has been carefully restored and transferred to digital format by Seva.
The Bob Moog Foundation Joins Music Hackspace, the MIDI Association, and NAMM for the MIDI Innovation Awards
“With all of the challenges of 2020, we need your help more than ever to bring Bob’s spirit forward to future generations … by inspiring people of all ages to transform the world around them.” – Michelle Moog-Koussa, Executive Director, Bob Moog Foundation/Moogseum
The tour, which celebrates the seminal development that led to a revolution in music, will take place on Sunday, December 13, 2020 at 2pm Eastern Time. Tickets will be sold through Eventbrite and are available on a pay-what-you-can basis. The tour will be shared through a private YouTube link.
The ProgStock Presents Virtual Series is proud to announce an upcoming series of concerts and events, Moogvember, which will benefit the Bob Moog Foundation. Spanning all four Saturdays in November, Moogvember will feature acclaimed artists Adam Holzman, Larry Fast (with Erik Norlander), The Ryo Okumoto Project, Jordan Rudess, and Tom Brislin.