Twin Cities artist Lady Midnight moves from stage to virtual reality

Lady Midnight
Lady Midnight at The Current in 2019. The Twin Cities musician is known for powerful stage performances, but like many other artists, she’s pivoted in the pandemic era.
Mary Mathis | MPR

Twin Cities musician Lady Midnight is known for powerful stage performances, but like many other artists, she’s pivoted in the pandemic era. Her latest project, “Practice for Relief,” is an immersive virtual reality experience featuring sounds meant to promote calm, peace and healing.  

MPR News host Cathy Wurzer talked with Lady Midnight about the project, and how she’s weathering the challenges of the past year. You can find more about “Practice for Relief” at her Instagram.

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