NovaTrio is an open-ended ensemble with a focus on classical/contemporary music and new media. Unlike traditional trio which consists of three fixed musicians, NovaTrio is composed of three fluid criterion (as illustrated in a variation of the logo):

 
musician + artist (from various media) + technology

Rather then a trademark of any individual entity, NovaTrio is a manifesto of new approaches towards classical/contemporary music and performance with various art forms. It is open to musicians, performers, artists, designers and technology in any form of configuration. NovaTrio attempts to derive the spirit from Wagner's Gesamtkunstwerk ("total work of art") into a micronized contemporary sense, thus to bring new dimensions to the performance of whether a 300 year old Bach or a 21st century work-in-progress.

During the following demo, NovaTrio developed repertoire in an open configuration, which gets "feedback" from one performance and be update to the next one.  The reactive media system is developed in Max/msp/jitter, processing and costumed made iPad interface, which could be simultaneously controlled by a performer who listens to the live performance and constantly adjusts the system perimeters. NovaTrio is among the first to design and perform integrated reactive media in classical music recital in China. Those performance are featured on several leading media across China, including Xinmin News, Eastday, Wenhui News, Phoenix Network, 163.net and Douban.net. 

 
novatrio demo for chinese users
 
trio per uno @ The Delettante's Daydream
 
Bach's Puppet @ Hypermeida Camp Tongji
 
chaconne @ Hypermeida Camp Tongji
 
prisma @ inceptions
 
alma @ inceptions
 
humoresk @ beingLightened
 
multimedia vivaldi4seasons
 
multimedia vivaldi4seasons, midi parsing
 
dove @ beingLightened
 
metapoisis @ inceptions
 
dream images @ beingLightened
 
adagio @ beingLightened
 
wonderful willow @ inceptions
 
smashing on mozart
 
pollock improvising on debussy
 
choreographic line sketches
 
facade manhattan
 
chopin waves
 
fragments at bartok's gate