Over the course of about a year and half, we arranged, edited, worked, interpreted, RE-interpreted, and RE-edited the entire 30 Variations and Aria. With our eyes set on the recording, we went to Aldeburgh, England in January 2014 for a residency under the auspices of the Britten-Pears Programme with renowned cellist and Bach interpreter Pieter Wispelwey. There we completed our first run of the work to a very enthusiastic seaside crowd (they even STOMPED at the end of the performance!). Overall, the project has changed us deeply, in the way we approach interpreting the works of Bach, and also in our profound respect for the musical impact and integrity of Glenn Gould. We hope to share and offer this perspective to all and anyone who is willing to listen and to experience this unique and complex musical feast.