Pianist Christopher O'Reilly, a noted concert pianist as well as the host of the popular public radio series "From The Top," started using a tablet rather than a paper score about three years ago. He performed recently at the Mondavi Center in Davis. Courtesy photo
Garrett Shatzer is the Mondavi Center's page-turner. Courtesy photo
Conductor/keyboard performer Jeffrey Kahane caused a stir in November 2011 when he led the New York Philharmonic in a performance of the Symphony No. 33 by Mozart while playing a harpischord, with the score displayed on an iPad. New York Times photo
The Brussels Philharmonic Orchestra has abandoned its room full of paper sheet music in favor of a fleet of Galaxy tablets donated by manufacturer Samsung. The tablets come with software that allows a conductor to add notations or other changes in a score and automatically send it to all musicians. Courtesy photo
A Brussels Philharmonic Orchestra musician checks his score on an electronic tablet. Courtesy photo
A horn player with the Brussels Philharmonic Orchestra reads his score on an electronic tablet. Courtesy photo

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