In a post-USA dystopia teen Libertaria escapes from genetics factory & teams up with her addict father to lead a children's cyborg army against evil reverse-aging geneticists in this epic animated opera by award-winning composer Sabrina Pena Young. World's first animated comic book opera. SOUNDTRACK: http://www.cdbaby.com/cd/sabrinapenayoung4 OFFICIAL WEBSITE: http://virtualopera.wordpress.com/ Contact the director: spenayoung@Gmail.com Directed by Sabrina Pena Young Cast (In Alphabetical Order) Joe Cameron Perry R. Cook Gracia Gillund Jennifer Hermansky Matthew Meadows Kate Sikora Gretchen Suarez-Pena Yvette Teel Narrator Johnny Video Additional Vocals Alan Manuel Pena Art Department Lead Animator Kera Hildebrandt Lead Modder/Animator Lucinda McNary Two Moon Graphics Animator Sabrina Pena Young Additional Animation Assistance Patricia Johnston Additional Mods by Arthur V. Kuhrmeier Gerald Lang (Papa G Mods) Shirley M
Testing out a new animation platform for an upcoming project. Thought I would share! :) Using an online app that has moving animation, then using screen capture and Final Cut to do the final mix. Will be incorporating virtual dancers for an upcoming virtual ballet.
A FUTURIST MUSIC ANTHOLOGY: The Electroacoustic Mind of Sabrina Peña Young 2001-2014 Filtered through the lens of science fiction and fantasy, the electroacoustic works of Sabrina Peña Young explore the sonic outer dimensions of sound in a surreal world constantly balancing between reality and future dimensions of thought and music and the mind. &amp;amp;amp;amp;amp;lt;a href="http://sabrinapenayoung.bandcamp.com/album/a-futurist-music-anthology-the-&amp;amp;amp;amp;lt;a class="zem_slink" href="http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Electroacoustic_music" title="&amp;lt;a class="zem_slink" href="http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Electroacoustic_music" title="Electroacoustic music" rel="wikipedia" target="_blank"&amp;gt;Electroacoustic music&amp;lt;/a&amp;gt;" rel="wikipedia" target="_blank"&amp;amp;amp;amp;gt;electro
Music Secrets: How to Write an Opera, Part 2 After the incredibly positive feedback that I had from Music Secrets: How to Write an Opera, Part 1 , I thought I would talk a little bit about the composition angle of writing, at least how I do it in regards to vocal music . Here's a quick primer for anyone learning some of the basics of writing vocal music for opera, musicals, classical music , etc. 1. The Sketch I have had several great teachers in my life - Dr. Clare Shore , Hilton Jones, Dr. Kristine Burns, Paul Reller , Dr. Frederick Kaufman, Dr. Orlando Garcia, Chuck Owen, etc. My composition prof (and USF SYCOM guru) Paul Reller helped me develop the composition technique that I have had for years. Download the Libertaria: The Virtual Opera Soundtrack at iTunes When I have the time to go through the entire composition process (because sometimes I have to skip a step or two for deadlines), I will start out with pencil, paper, and a piano (or keyboard, in my case).