This presentation by Vincenzo Lombardo, of Turino's Virtual Reality & Multimedia Park, took place at the Judson Church in New York in January 2010. The talk, with surround sound and a virtual video recreation, revealed the content and technique that became the legendary Poème électronique at the 1958 Brussels World's Fair's Philips Pavilion, created by Le Corbusier, Iannis Xenakis and Edgard Varese. We offer here the audio portion; you can follow along with the images at the Virtual Electronic Poem Project site. The program was produced by Joel Chadabe and the Electronic Music Foundation and ran in parallel with an exhibit of Xenakis scores and publications at The Drawing Center in New York, which ran January 15 – April 8, 2010. If this landmark work fascinates you as it does us, we recommend the book Space Calculated in Seconds by Marc Treib. It's out of print and quite pricey, but hunt it down: as Prof. Treib told us, it's all in there (1 hour 7 minutes).