Pascal Gautier took a kitchen robot and transformed it into a “chef d’orchestre”. The IRB 140 from ABB Company gave his first concert in the 15th of January at Laval. In the uploaded video, it is possible to check his “human” movements. The robot does not have artificial intelligence or recognizes melodies or musical sheets/notations. It does the gestures that were recorded through a virtual reality mechanism, similar to the motion capture used in cinema. Although in my opinion (even though I am probably committing the same error that Thomas Watson, IBM Chairman, that stated in 1943, “I think there is a world market for maybe five computers”, as we never know what the future holds.), a robot can never replace a maestro, because machines will never be able to feel and have an interpretative ability of music and artists, this is an interesting way of joining human beings and technology and even an appealing approach to attract youth to classical music.