Check out this video of Berlin Philharmonic horn player Stefan de Leval Jezierski coaching Jacob Wilder on orchestral excerpts from Strauss' Till Eulenspiegel.…
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As we are preparing for the recording session for Composer Tim Fehling winning score, Tim asked a number of interesting questions about how to prepare his part. We thought it would be interesting to answer these questions for the whole community. So, here are Tim's questions with…Continue
Added by Aaron Siegel on May 17, 2013 at 10:24am — No Comments
Now that Tim Fehling's score has been selected as the winner of the Film Score Project, we are in the process of preparing for the upcoming recording session.
The recording session will take place on Wednesday, June 5, 2013 from 3:00 to 5:00 pm at 2nd Story Sound (see photo above) on Manhattan's Lower East Side. 2nd story is…Continue
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HERE IT IS, MUSICAL EXCHANGE!! Ask Us Blog #2, and I think it's a good one :)
Question: Suppose you're auditioning for a role that others with more…Continue
Check out this video of Berlin Philharmonic flute player Andreas Blau coaching Amanda Sparfeld on orchestral excerpts from Beethoven's Leonore Overture No. 3.
How does an orchestral musician gauge the appropriate amount of vibrato to be used in a musically delicate passage, such as the opening…Continue
Added by Kyle Yecke on May 7, 2013 at 11:30am — No Comments
Hi all!! Many apologies for the delay! Take the Stage and finals took over our lives a little bit :) BUT WE'RE BACK! So here are the questions and answers for our first ASK US blog post!!!…Continue
We have reviewed all 36 submissions to The Film Score Project and are pleased to announce the score selected for a professional recording by an ensemble in New York City.
Added by Aaron Siegel on May 1, 2013 at 10:30am — No Comments
This weekend was full of performance excitement! We had our Dance Out Loud performances here at Pace on Friday and Saturday, and our Carnegie Hall's Take The Stage: Community Sing and Dance event on Sunday. It was the ideal weekend for me! It was great to perform in Dance Out Loud and show off all of the dance technique and training we've been working on the whole year. I really loved participating in the Carnegie Hall event on Sunday. It was so inspiring to perform alongside Broadway…Continue
You may have seen So Percussion in various settings, from our stages at Carnegie Hall to smaller community venues, but one thing remains true of…Continue
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Grammy-nominated composer-pianist Vijay Iyer plays stunning music as a highly celebrated and award-winning soloist and with a trio and his all-star sextet. Here, associate editor of JazzTimes Jeff…Continue
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We're pleased to announce details for the inaugural July 2013 tour by the National Youth Orchestra of the United States of America, which, beginning this summer, annually brings together some of the most talented young orchestral players from across the United States, ages 16-19. The NYO-USA's 2013 summer schedule includes five…Continue
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For the second time this season, Leslie serves as the artistic director and conductor of our interactive Broadway-themed Community Sing event! Joined by a talented Broadway cast, Broadway band, and PACE University dance students, Leslie presents …Continue
We are so thrilled that our illustrious Broadway friends and family were excited to share their knowledge and expertise with all the members of the Carnegie Hall Musical Exchange. Watch their videos and interviews as part of our Seven Ages of Musicals Project.Continue
All I can say is WOW! The show - Take the Stage - is going to be absolutely phenomenal. I am extremely humbled and excited to be apart of it. I have to admit, I think one of the most amazing parts was learning Chicago choreography from Melissa Rae Mahon,…Continue
I'm a bit nervous. My first ever audition for a musical is tomorrow, The Music Man. I'm singing I Dreamed a Dream.
Any tips for getting over the nervousness? I've never auditioned before and this will be a great experience for me. But I don't want to ruin it by freaking out! :O
Helpful tips and comments would really help! :)
This past Friday I was a part of Region X Choral Festival. Its a festival but in all its a contest between all the Region X Choir directors to see who is the best.
A little background, every year "B" Schools (those with small class sizes) have regional festivals. Then if you perform in an ensemble, small ensemble or solo you get judged and ranked. The ranking goes Star, I, II, and III. with Star being the best and III being the worst. Small Ensembles and Solos get to move onto state…Continue
Hey guys, so I have been busy since my last blog – yay!! I was in NYC for more auditions last year, which was amazingly fun, I did some training with awesome coaches in LA, and I have been in shows in Atlanta where I live – some of my favorites were Zombie Prom at AWP (my acting school) and Carmen, which was the 2nd opera I have sung with The Atlanta Opera.
Hello Musical Exchange!
Today I wanted to write about something that's been on my mind especially in the past few months. I want to share my experience with "turning it on," or giving a performance - in class, in an audition room, even when you're preparing your video submission for the site!
A lot of singers, actors and dancers have trouble with this, and with transitioning from the classroom "learning" setting to an audition…Continue
The Metropolitan Opera's (New York) new Ring Cycle (Wagner) productions are all designed around an enormous, sophisticated and malleable mechanical set known as The Machine. You can see its exciting and versatile potential for yourself in the trailer Deutsche Grammophone produced for its DVDs of the four-opera set.
It looks quite stunning in…Continue
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