Cincinnati’s Washington Park Gets Interactive Classical Music App

Renovation work on Cincinnati's Washington Park. The park is scheduled to reopen in June 2012 and to offer visitors a special classical music app.(Photo: 5chw4r7z (Flickr))
Renovation work on Cincinnati's Washington Park. The park is scheduled to reopen in June 2012 and to offer visitors a special classical music app.(Photo: 5chw4r7z (Flickr))

When Cincinnati’s Washington Park officially reopens in June 2012 after extensive renovations, visitors will be able to use a special classical music app to listen to music there, according to a story on The Cincinnati Inquirer‘s cincinnati.com site.

Visitors to the park, situated across the street from Cincinnati’s classical music epicenter, Music Hall, will be able to dial up an interactive app that will allow them to use hand-held devices to select music to listen to, take an audio tour through a classical music Walk of Fame and even change the beat to which of the park’s fountains “dance.”

Read more: Washington Park fountain will have interactive music feature (CI)

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