The Princeton Laptop Orchestra made its Washington, D.C., premiere last night at the National Academy of Sciences’ Marian Koshland Museum.

Johnathan Rickman writes about PLOrk’s fresh sounds in the Washington Post Express. NPR’s All Things Considered covered the rehearsal before the Koshland concert.

If you are in Princeton today, you can hear PLOrk perform at a showcase of free performances sponsored by Princeton’s new Lewis Center for the Arts, chaired by poet Paul Muldoon.

Stay tuned: PLOrk is booked to play Carnegie Hall in late April.