Part of a lecture by Vancouver composer Rodney Sharman. Mr. Sharman was the mentor for the 2014 Arraymusic Young Composers' Workshop. Four composers experimented and composed over the entire month of May. The workshop culminated in a concert of works created during that period. Rodney Sharman lives in Vancouver, BC. He has been Composer-in-Residence with the Victoria Symphony, the National Youth Orchestra of Canada and the Vancouver Symphony Orchestra. In addition to concert music, Rodney Sharman writes music for cabaret, opera and dance. He works regularly with choreographer James Kudelka, for whom he has written scores for Oregon Ballet Theatre and San Francisco Ballet. He is working on a score for Coleman Lemieux Company, Toronto. Premieres in 2011 include Notes on "Beautiful", a transformation of music by Stephen Sondheim for pianist Anthony de Mare, and a violin concerto for Jonathan Crow and the Victoria Symphony Orchestra. Sharman maintains a presence on
David Foster's "10 Tips for Songwriters" from his speech upon accepting the BMI Icon Award at the 2011 BMI Pop Awards. BMI held its 59th annual Pop Music Awards Tuesday, May 17 at the Beverly Wilshire Hotel in Los Angeles. David Foster was celebrated as a BMI Icon, and an all-star musical tribute featuring Brian McKnight, Keri Hilson, Cody Karey, Courtney Blooding and Chaka Khan celebrated his career. Lady Gaga, Jason Derülo and JR Rotem all became the BMI Pop Songwriters of the Year; Lady Antebellum's "Need You Now" garnered Pop Song of the Year honors for co-writers Dave Haywood and Charles Kelley and publishers DWHaywood Music, RADIOBULLETSPUBLISHING and Warner-Tamerlane Publishing Corp; and Sony/ATV Songs LLC claimed the Pop Publisher of the Year crystal. Hosted by BMI President & CEO Del Bryant, along with Barbara Cane, BMI Vice President/General Manager, Los Angeles, and Phil Graham, BMI Senior Vice President, Writer/Publisher Relations, the
Composer Adrienne Joy Elisha Passes After Courageous Battle with Cancer SEE ORIGINAL ARTICLE: http://www.catskillmountainnews.com/news/2017-07-05/Obituaries/Adrienne_Elisha.html " It is with great sadness that the family of Adrienne Joy Elisha (“Adie”) announces her passing on Monday, June 12, 2017, at the age of 58 years, after a courageous battle with cancer. Adie was born in Glen Cove, and lived in Bayville, L.I. during her first 10 years. The daughter of distinguished professional musicians, the late Dorothy Kesner and Paul Elisha, she was an extraordinary artist whose creative genius included the Performing Arts, Composition, Poetry and Painting. She was a champion of new music – equally talented as both a skilled violist as well as a composer. Her voice was distinctly contemporary but her inspiration was drawn directly from her heart. Mario Davidovsky had described her sextet (Anthelion) as “A new kind of polyphony.” Leonard Bernstein described her work as “Exciti
An orphan journeys to a dying exoplanet to escape the truth about her parents. An animated film by award-winning composer Sabrina Peña Young. Coming Fall 2017. #YoungSpiritus @dalatindiva If you like this, check out my science fiction novel series: Libertaria https://www.amazon.com/Libertaria-Chronicles-Books-1-2-ebook/dp/B01N4F8EH9 "Libertaria: Genesis is dystopian, and good at it, and that needs further examination." - J. Roseman, escapepod.org “One of my favorite things about this story is its odd apocalyptic tone and strong sci-fi/fantasy foundation. The dark quality that comes with it is the cherry on top.” –FanboysAnonymous.com on Libertaria: The Virtual Opera WHAT FANS ARE SAYING ABOUT THE LIBERTARIA CHRONICLES "Between the book, virtual opera, soundtrack, and all the extras, Young has created a convincing world...a dark dystopian future for you to get lost in. The characters are complex, flawed, and human, and you are never sure what they will do
10 Tips to succeed in the musicbusiness by Seth Troxler. Compilation with ideas, workmethods and visions by electronic musicproducer Seth Troxler : 1. Be prepared to travel. 2. Push bounderies. 3. Create unique sounds. 4. Make the claps match. 5. Long vinyl Dj sets 6. Find musical soulmates 7. Go 1000000% 8. Little neurotic is ok 9. Be selective 10. Enjoy now but think about the future.
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10 Tips mentioned in the video: 1. Drink a lot of water! 2. Rest and Relax your voice (sleep, less talking) 3. No shouting (do not abuse your voice and no whispering) 4. Exercise (cardio and breathing exercises) 5. Eat Healthy (your body is your instrument!) 6. Avoid irritants (alcohol, smoking, caffeine, etc.) 7. Vocal warm-ups 8. Drink tea and honey 9. Throat lozenges 10. Sing within your vocal range
BUY NOW: https://www.amazon.com/Libertaria-Chronicles-Books-1-2-ebook/dp/B01N4F8EH9 "Libertaria: Genesis is dystopian, and good at it, and that needs further examination." - J. Roseman, escapepod.org “One of my favorite things about this story is its odd apocalyptic tone and strong sci-fi/fantasy foundation. The dark quality that comes with it is the cherry on top.” –FanboysAnonymous.com on Libertaria: The Virtual Opera WHAT FANS ARE SAYING ABOUT THE LIBERTARIA CHRONICLES "Between the book, virtual opera, soundtrack, and all the extras, Young has created a convincing world...a dark dystopian future for you to get lost in. The characters are complex, flawed, and human, and you are never sure what they will do next. Looking forward to the next book in the series!" "This book is dystopia squared. It's not and shouldn't be a quick read. It's complex and jumps around a lot. which is what good dystopia is supposed to be. To me,
"Light" sacred classical music from prize-winning Creation Oratorio from Composer Sabrina Pena Young. Performed by the Millikin University Women's Choir and the Millikin Percussion Percussion ensembles, directors Michael Engelhardt and Brian Justison. Commissioned by Millikin.
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