Erik Ruin, The Brightwork Ensemble, Spacepants, and Synchromy team up to present a showcase of the twelve signs of the Zodiac. Each Zodiac-inspired movement of Tierkreis will precede a companion piece by a local composer. PROGRAM A musical preamble by Spacepants Karlheinz Stockhausen, arr. Jason Barabba: TierkreisEach Zodiac-inspired movement of Tierkreis will precede a companion … Read more
Recording Dot LA engineers provided multi-camera livestreams of a select number of concerts. The “Signature Series” featured performances ranging from orchestral and chamber music styles to popular music to jazz, this series of virtual livestreams brings the sounds of USC Thornton ensembles directly to viewers at home.
Adam was the host of a webinar with choral composer Eric Whitacre. Eric joined a group of over a hundred students on Zoom to talk about his music, the compositional process, and sharing tips for young musicians. Adam managed the Zoom meeting audio as well as handled the Q&A. For more info, visit: https://news.chapman.edu/2020/05/13/a-virtual-afternoon-with-eric-whitacre/
The Kaleidoscope Trio (Adam Borecki, Mann-Wen Lo, and Micah Wright) performed a live concert for seniors at the Belmont Village in the Pacific Palisades. In addition to taking requests, they were even joined by a member of the audience who brought a harmonica. As a quartet, they made an impromptu performance of “Over the Rainbow”.
Music Tech students got first-hand experience using a professional, full-format mixing console during a live performance of Chapman’s Jazz Combo and Big Band concert. Students who participated were able to use Dante audio networking technology with a 32 fader mixing desk to create real-time audio mixes of the music.
Anthony Moreno, baritone, sings and plays ukulele on “Something in the Nineteenth Century”, composed by Adam Borecki. Text by Corinna McClanahan Schroeder. Recorded by Tyler Eschendal and Adam Borecki of Recording Dot LA (http://recording.LA) Filmed in Palos Verdes in August of 2019 Text by Corinna McClanahan Schroeder Somewhere in the Nineteenth Century A boy is … Read more