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After nearly two decades of private musical activity, Opening Performance Orchestra presented its work publicly for the first time in a performance in 2006. In the same year the seven-member group self-published its first CD, inspired by the work of Hiroshi Hasegawa, a former member of the Japanese noise band C.C.C.C. Opening Performance Orchestra's sound concept is based on so-called fraction music emerging from the creed "The world is just an endless multitude of fragments: some already present and some not yet born."