Rivka Golani happened to be touring Canada at this time and was able to stop over in Toronto on her way back to England so we scheduled the launch when she could be here to perform. She and Erika will be accompanied by Rachel Andrist in an abridged and narrated (by me) version of Persephone and Demeter. Also, Erika will play a movement of the violin concerto.
For more information click here. I hope you can make it!
I acknowledge the financial support of FACTOR, the Government of Canada through the Department of Canadian Heritage (Canada Music Fund) and of Canada’s Private Radio Broadcasters.
Neal just updated his web page and my Olmutz Concerto is front and centre! He’s a spectacular player and has also started a kickstarter program that specializes in classical music. Have a listen to his version of the Olmutz…
Baritone Saxophone player, Wayne Leechford, was recently interviewed on radio station, WUNC 91.5 in Chapel Hill, North Carolina when he spoke about his new CD, “Works of Art,” which has my Chagallian Scenes on it. Listen to the interview here.
Jeff sent this picture taken on one of our run-outs to all the little communities around Regina for the collaboration between his group and the Regina Symphony Chamber Players, for which I wrote the arrangement for his piece, Coat Hanger. Find more of his work at jeffstraker.com
This guy is amazing. Sergio Carolino, the fellow who recorded my Requiem for Wounded Knee with Roger Bobo narrating, has invented a sort of a tuba he calls the Lusophone (click the image to see it). Take a listen to his latest on his MySpace site at www.myspace.com/thetubab.