Here are a few pictures from Christopher Dylan Herbert's performance of Winterreise in various locations in the Brooklyn Botanic Garden earlier today— a remarkably refined account, given the unusual circumstances. I also made a video of "Rast," but wind noise renders much of it hard to hear. The audience itself provided the accompaniment, by way of hand-held radios broadcasting Timothy Long's rendition of the piano part. (Long, a conductor and pianist, is the singer's husband.) Students from the Parsons School of Design prepared and displayed the translations; Jonathan Zalben handled the sound design; JJ Hudson directed the show. Herbert and company go out to Staten Island this evening to repeat the feat, as Make Music Winter unfolds throughout the city. Note also Amy Garapic and Matt Evans's Village in Volume project; they were the core of the heroic Vexations last summer.