“The final performance of SoNA’s reimagined season is set for this week,” writes Dustin Bartholomew in Tuesday’s (5/25) Fayetteville Flyer (Fayetteville, AR). “The Symphony of Northwest Arkansas is planning a multimedia production in collaboration with University of Arkansas students and musicians from around the world to be streamed from their social media pages … on May 27. The show, called Latency Canons by composer Ray Lustig, was created to be performed digitally, using the latency inherent in digital communication platforms for musical effect. ‘Ray Lustig’s Latency Canons is a breathtakingly beautiful, inventive symphonic work that creatively reimagines the concept of a musical canon,’ Music Director Paul Haas said.… ‘Just as we’ve had to rethink how to present orchestral music, the piece artfully reframes the digital experience for an uncompromising orchestral experience.’ Lustig … said his intent with the piece was to not only allow for the internet’s imperfections (i.e. delays), but to employ them to create a unique sound directly shaped by them…. The show will be presented in collaboration with San Francisco-area musicians Friction Quartet, the Opus 76 Quartet from Kansas City, along with string quartets from Staffordshire, England and the University of Arkansas.”