Monthly Archives: September 2020

Jazz pianist Sukyung Kim’s compositions sparkle on ‘Lilac Hill’

Click to enlarge Sukyung Kim ‘Lilac Hill’ Self-published suekimmusic.com If Korean-born pianist Sukyung Kim visits Rochester in the spring, she can feast on our real lilac hill in Highland Park. The title track of Kim’s impressive debut EP, “Lilac Hill,” was inspired by a dream, but that won’t …

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A longtime musician finally releases an album of his compositions | News

Al Snyder was pleasantly surprised to once receive “something” from George Harrison. “I’m such a huge Beatles fan, and I get this letter in the mail,” Snyder recalled. “It’s one of the biggest shocks of my life.” It turns out that one of the most famous artists in the world …

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A Night of Musical Compositions by Adam LaPorte

Design by Melissa Campbell Local Classic Repertory Theater Company is an exciting new theater company based in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Although we’ve been without a theater for months, Local Classic Repertory is finding a way around the current restrictions and gearing up for some exciting performances. New Works, A Night of …

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Azu Tiwaline’s undulating electronic compositions are inspired by Berber and Saharan trance music

CHARACTERISTICS Azu Tiwaline’s undulating electronic compositions are inspired by Berber and Saharan trance music By Phil E. Bloomfield September 08, 2020 Stand in a desert, and you won’t hear a thing. No birdsong. No trickle of water. No sound of life. The sparseness of the landscape is echoed only by …

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The Transcendental Compositions of Caroline Ho – Yale Daily News

Courtesy of Charlie Gleberman Caroline Ho’s music 22 blurs the lines between the 19th century and the 21st, fusing atmospheric synthesizer, classical and pop music. Every genre Ho listens to can be found in his compositions. “She has an unmistakable ‘Caroline’ sound,” said Yale professor and film composer Konrad Kaczmarek. …

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