Brightwork newmusic perform’s S¢ø®¶πº in Synchromy’s “Tierkreis LA”

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

Somewhere in the Nineteenth Century – Music Video Premiere

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

“Prelude and Tube” at the Hear Now Music Festival

Adam Borecki composed the electronics and designed visuals in a collaboration with the Spacepants duo. The work “Prelude and Tube” was originally composed by Spacepants (Diana Wade and Jen Beattie). Adam Borecki designed live projection and live audio for the performance. The concert was co-hosted by the Hear Now Music Festival and People Inside Electronics. … Read more

Premiere of “Integrations” with Mark Menzies

Mark Menzies, violin, and Adam Borecki premiered “Integrations”, a new work commissioned by Mark Menzies. The performance was part of an Electroacoustic composer-performer concert hosted at Cosumnes River College. Related Posts:Brightwork newmusic premieres “Scorpio” in Pomona“Unfold” Performed at the Cincinnati SoundboxSynchromy presents “zōdiacus”, premiering Adam Borecki’s…”Star Trails” premieres at the Brain & Creativity Institute,…New Horizons: … Read more

“Proteus” at Green Mountain Chamber Music Festival

Adam Borecki collaborated with Lina Bahn and Matt Haimovitz on “Proteus”, a re-arrangement of Vivaldi’s RV544 Double Concerto for Violin and Cello. The work was composed for the National Gallery in Washington DC. It was also performed at the Green Mountain Chamber Music Festival in Vermont. During the Green Mountain Chamber Music Festival, Adam also … Read more

“Unfold” Performed at the Cincinnati Soundbox

Guitarist Christopher Wilke performed Adam’s composition “Unfold” at a live concert in Cincinnati. The program was hosted by “Cincinnati Soundbox” and featured several world premieres in addition to “Unfold”, which received its Midwest premiere. Cincinnati Soundbox January 21st, 2017 at 8 PM at Rohs Street Cafe Program: – Lydia Winsor Brindamour, lace/leaf** (2014/16) – San … Read more

Brightwork newmusic premieres “Scorpio” in Pomona

Based on the Zodiac sign and the melodic materials of Stockhausen’s Tierkreis, “Scorpio” was commissioned by Synchromy and performed by Brightwork. The work asks musicians in the ensemble to perform on melodicas in addition to their primary instruments. More information: Brightwork kicks off the 2016/17 season with a concert titled “Compression / Diffusion” that explores … Read more

Synchromy presents “zōdiacus”, premiering Adam Borecki’s “Scorpio”

Synchromy presents zōdiacus with Brightwork newmusic and baritone Scott Graff.Featuring excerpts from, and music inspired by Karlheinz Stockhausen’s Tierkreis paired with world premieres by Adam Borecki, Ethan Braun, and Vicki Ray and U.S. Premieres by Mikhail Krutik and Vera Ivanova Opening with works by John Luther Adams and Tom Flaherty. PROGRAM John Luther Adams: Red … Read more

“Star Trails” performed at USC’s Music @ Rush Hour

Illuminated by LEDs in USC’s Ramo Recital Hall, the Sunset Club Trio performed Adam Borecki’s “Star Trails” composition. Written for violin, (classical) acoustic guitar, electric guitar, bowed steel string guitar & electronic audio processing, this work is a meditate atmosphere of tranquil sounds, accompanied by a soft visual lightshow. Related Posts:”Star Trails” premieres at the … Read more

New Horizons: Kathleen Supové and Nadia Shpachenko at Chapman University

Adam’s “Accidental Mozart” was the show stopping finale at Chapman’s “New Horizons” concert featuring pianists Kathleen Supové and Nadia Shpachenko. During this concert, Nadia Shpachenko performed “Accidental Mozart”, complete with slideshow of Mozart photoshopped on to alcoholic beverages. More info: Two pianists from opposite coasts bring together their passion for new piano music on a … Read more