Finally – the final stretch!
We have made a lot of progress! Far enough, that despite some of the limitations from COVID-19, we’re aiming for an early July release of the experience, short-film, and composition. Technically, this makes it barely over our Spring deadline, but all things considered, we are glad we can get this out to musicians who are currently on hiatus, and to you our backers!
Upon launch, all backers will receive an email with link to the live site. If you backed a reward level that included physical items, They should be arriving in the a few weeks after the live site launch. If you have changed your mailing address since January, please email email@example.com with any updates, or feel free to send through Kickstarter.
Thank you for your support during this journey! We look forward to launching Imagine Symphony Live to lovers of classical music, to remember and celebrate the joys of symphony for everyone involved.
Tracking the Progress with a Roadmap
In an effort to be transparent with you about our progress, we’ve created a project showing our roadmap. This post is dedicated largely to describing what these components are and what we’re working on. Keep in mind this is due to change widely based on what we learn going forward, but its insight into what we’re doing.
There are two tabs below – one the road map; the other the final task list. Some items have been shelved for now to make room for the project launch!