Join us Tuesday March 3rd 2020 for a presentation by Jerry Fabris the curator of the museum at the Thomas Edison National Historic Park
Mr. Fabris will give a live demonstration of Edisonâ€™s original wax cylinder phonograph. He will be conducting a live recording and playback session demonstrating Edisonâ€™s invention that inspired the growth of musical artistry and led to the birth of the record industry. His invention truly changed the world and is essential to everything we do in music recording today. Please join us for this fun and informative demonstration.
Presented by the Department of Music, Performing Arts and Music Technologies.Â This program is partially funded by the State of New Jersey and the U.S. Department of Education.