Yearly Archives: 2020

New Virtual Concert: SubSpace Session with The Museum of Science, Boston on June 18th

(Photo by: Jonathan Beckley)

Greetings all and hope that you are safe and well!

Mary is honored to announce that she will be collaborating once more with the amazing Museum of Science, Boston for an incredible virtual music experience on Thursday June 18th, as part the SubSpace Sessions and #MOSathome.

The event will feature five of Mary’s compositions (performed previously by Mary and her wonderful friends from Planetary Quartet and East Coast Scoring Orchestra) paired with stunning music videos created by the Museum’s award-winning planetarium team. Much like previous live collaborations with the Museum, the imagery in each video will be directly inspired by Mary’s synesthesia, allowing the viewer to “see” the synesthetic colors Mary experiences when performing her music.

Best of all, this concert will be free and viewable anywhere in the world via the Museum’s website!

More details will follow soon, but in the meantime feel free to visit the following link for more info and to register for the event:

THANK YOU so much to the amazing Museum of Science team for inviting Mary to take part in this exciting collaboration, and to all who will join us virtually on June 18th — can’t wait to connect with you all soon! <3

Update: May 26th UT FORTIS concert canceled; will be rescheduled for Spring 2021 due to COVID-19

Greetings everyone and hoping this message finds you safe and well. 💕

Due to the current COVID-19 world crisis, and to protect the health and safety of all of the concert’s audience members and staff, the “Ut Fortis” concert originally scheduled for May 26th has been canceled and will be rescheduled for the spring of 2021. For more information and updates, please visit the official site here:

Mary is extremely grateful to composer, vocalist, musician, performer, and Ut Fortis founder Christina Goh for inviting her to take part in this incredible and meaningful concert series, and she looks forward to performing in the rescheduled spring 2021 show.

Wishing everyone good health and safety, and hope to see you all again soon!

Featured in new synesthesia article on TIDAL

Greetings all and wishing everyone good health and safety. 💕💕💕

Mary is honored to be featured in a new article on the TIDAL blog today entitled “Chords Become Colors: Inside Synesthesia”, alongside fellow musical synesthetes such as the amazing CHIKA, Andy Partridge, and Eric Slick. You can read the full article here:

Thank you so much to author Morgan Enos and TIDAL for including Mary in this wonderful piece!

Hugs to one and all, and hope to see you all again soon! 💕💕💕

New Concert: Performing as part of Christina Goh’s “UT FORTIS” on 05/26/20 in Tours, France

Mary is honored to be performing as part of UT FORTIS; a beautiful and meaningful evening of music and art created by composer, vocalist and instrumentalist Christina Goh.

The event will take place in Tours, France; and will feature performances and appearances by Christina Goh, Catherine Capozzi, Les Passeurs de Legendes, Maxime Perrin, Gotham A., Jacques Moury Beauchamp, and more.

Tickets are free, and can be obtained via the following link:

Additional details coming soon — please stay tuned! We hope you will join us for UT FORTIS!

“Synesthesia Suite” Concert Series at the Museum of Science — Thank You!

Greetings, everyone! Here is a message from Mary about last month’s shows at the Museum of Science, Boston!:

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When your show is so fun that you forget to take a selfie! 💕 Thank you, thank you, THANK YOU to everyone who joined us for this year's Synesthesia Suite, and to all of the amazing people that made it possible! It was an honor and a joy to perform for you as always! Huge and heartful thanks to everyone at the @museumofscience (including James, Jason, Jake, Caity, Mark, Dani, Darryl, and more!) for every aspect of this awesome collaboration, including the GORGEOUS new fulldome visuals (i LOVED them they were amazing! 😍🌈✨🎶); to the phenomenal Planetary Quartet (Sonia Deng / @shonegerr -violin, Anna Stromer / @annastromerr – viola I, Carrol Lee / @carrol.vla – viola II, and Timothy Paek / @homesliceablecellist – cello) for dazzling us all with their musical magic; to my fantastic assistant for the show @porcelaindalya and incredible hair/makeup artist extraordinaire @mayalandi for their extreme awesomeness, and to all who joined us in the audience for both shows! ❤️🎶✨🌈✨🎶 I am so grateful to have had the opportunity to experience this magical evening with all of you, and am VERY excited for the future of this series (more info on this soon! :)). Thank you so much again to one and all and YOU ROCK!! 💞✨🎶🌈♥️🎶✨🎸🎻🎻🎻🎻🎹🎤🌌♥️🌈💞❤️🌈♥️ (photo @anachronistique 📸💕) #MaryAtMOS #museumofscience #boston #synesthesia #visualmusic #planetarium #planetaryquartet #marybichnerandplanetaryquartet #violin #violinist #viola #violist #cello #cellist #somuchawesome #THANKYOU!💕💕💕

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February 27th Planetarium Show: 7:30pm Show Sold Out, 9:00pm Show Added

(Photo by: Jonathan Beckley)

Tickets for the 7:30pm of Mary Bichner and Planetary Quartet’s synesthesia-inspired concert at the Charles Hayden Planetarium on Thursday, February 27th have sold out, so the Museum of Science Boston has added a second show at 9:00pm for the same date! Tickets for this new 9:00PM show can be purchased via the following link (the Museum anticipates this 9:00pm show selling out as well so we highly recommend obtaining tickets in advance!):

Don’t miss this one-night-only immersive musical experience, featuring live performances of Bichner’s compositions paired with stunning visuals created by the Museum’s award-winning team that are directly inspired by Mary’s polymodal synesthesia, which will allow audience members to “hear” color and “see” sound just as Mary does when she listens to music.

Here is complete info on the show!:

: Thursday, February 27th 2020 @ 7:30pm & 9:00PM
Where: Charles Hayden Planetarium at the Museum of Science, Boston (1 Science Park, Boston MA 02144)
Tickets: $20 General Admission
Ticket Link:
FB Invite:
Performers: Mary Bichner (Composer / Vocals / Piano / Guitar), Sonia Deng (Violin), Anna Stromer (Viola I), Carrol Lee (Viola II), Timothy Paek (Cello)

Thank you one and all, and can’t wait to see you under the dome once more! <3