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Some things I've done

Audio Examples

Cappella Pratensis
Obrecht's Swan Song
KMFA89.5's broadcast of a live recording I did of this incredible early music group from the Music Before 1800 concert series.

Brooklyn Chamber Music Society
J.S. Bach: Concerto in C minor for Oboe and Violin, Strings, and Basso Continuo, BWV 1060

Carmit Zori, violin; Stephen Taylor, oboe

SONOS Chamber Orchestra
R. Vaughn Williams: Five Variants on Dives and Lazarus

Erik Ochsner, conductor; Jacqueline Kerrod, harp

Melissa Errico
Joni Mitchell: Night Ride Home

Melissa Errico, vocal; Andy Ezrin, piano
Recorded by Scott Young and Rob Anderson; mixed by Rob Anderson

Quincy Mumford and The Reason Why
Time Won't Wait

Quincy Mumford, vocals; Karlee Bloomfield, keyboards, Travis Lyon, Guitar

Highly Suspect
Bath Salts - live at Brooklyn Indie Fest

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Online Content

Audio for video:

I've done a lot of audio for online video of music events that were streamed and/or captured live. Here are some examples of sound recording work I've done for video produced by others:

Link Up: The Orchestra Sings | Reena Esmail's "Ram Tori Maya"

Captured the orchestra sound of this beautiful piece as part of Carnegie Hall's "Link UP" program.

String Orchestra of Brooklyn: Johannes Brahms Violin Concerto, I. Allegro non troppo

Eli Spindel leads the String Orchestra of Brooklyn, featuring Rachel Lee Priday in this outstanding performance; recorded on a cold winter's night in historic St. Ann & Holy Trinity Church.

Carnegie Hall: Lullaby Project

One of my absolute favorite projects to be involved with at Carnegie is the New York Lullaby Project Concert. If there's any proof in the universe of the visceral power of music, this is it. Grab some tissues and enjoy the concert.

Laura Andrea Leguia Jazz Orchestra: Carrusel de luces Gabriel Alegria

Not my mix, but my recording of this fantastic Afro-Peruvian jazz orchestra at Symphony Space a couple years back, and it was a memorable concert. Here they are led by the composer/arranger himself.

Musical Explorers

A musical smorgasbord presented by Carnegie Hall for the next generation of music lovers. Video by Iconoscope Productions.

Repast Baroque: We'll Understand it Better By and By Charles Albert Tindley (arr. Jonathan Woody)

A compelling arrangement by the baritone himself, recorded at the height of a pandemic in the heart of Brooklyn, NY.

Ensemble ACJW: Urlicht from Mahler's 2nd Symphony

Ensemble ACJW live at Le Poisson Rouge: recording a classical ensemble in a rock'n'roll club with only a half hour to set up has its challenges, but I really enjoyed this Mahler arrangement. Video by Kornhaber Brown.

Weill Music Institute at Carnegie Hall: Too Hot to Handel Creative Learning Project

- I recorded the live performance of these talented youngsters at Harlem Stage - portions of which you can see (and hear) in this video - which was given as part of their preparation for a Carnegie Hall concert in November 2010. Check out the up-and-coming talents of two of the student soloists here at 1:05 and 2:53, both of whom brought down the house. The live concert audio is my work; the dialogue and workshop audio, as well as the video, were done by Kornhaber Brown

Morgan Library: CelloX4 - The Art of Fugue

From the Rush Hour Concert series at the Morgan Library. Video by Iconosope Productions.

Ensemble Connect/ACJW project videos

I've had the pleasure of working with this outstanding ensemble of young musicians who work under the auspices of Carnegie Hall. Here are a few of the projects I've been involved with:

Andy Akiho: Cobalt Canvas

Amazing composition commissioned by the ensemble from award-winning composer Andy Akiho. Video magic by Michael Joseph McQuilken.

Sam Tsui: Bey-thoven

Fun mashup of Beyonce's and Beethoven's greatest hits. Not sure who mixed this, but it was my recording. As I recall, 1stAveMachine did the video.

Ensemble ACJW: 43 Cartoon Theme Song Mashup

Ensemble ACJW was the forerunner of Ensemble Connect. This was a fun project designed to go viral - it received 1,000,000 views within a very short period. Another production by Kornhaber Brown

Live Single-Cam Video:

I started shooting single-camera video a couple of years ago as an addition to the audio recording. Here are a few examples of my own work:

Brooklyn Chamber Music Society

Recent live stream recording from the Sanctuary at First Unitarian of Brooklyn of Carmit Zori's outstanding chamber music series.

Abendmusik: Whyte's Noyse

Patricia Ann Neely's amazing consort in a program of William Whyte's fancies.

Dorian Baroque: In Drury Lane: Music of the English Theatre

This period instrument ensemble,led by Marina Fargoulis, features some of the best and brightest of the New York Early Music scene.

Music Before 1800: Paul O'Dette

Just happened to have a camera with me this night and set it up in a corner to record, thinking "someone will want to see this someday." As a result, this video of the world-famous lutenist performing for the longest-running early music series anywhere exists.

Glass Farm Ensemble: Jean Françaix: Baiao

Yvonne Troxler's outstanding contempory chamber music ensemble performs a bit of aural sorbet.

Daniel Blake: Zoetrope

A piece from Dr. Faustus' "Hammerklavier" concert, one of my first forays into video production, where I mixed post-concert interviews with the composers with their piece from the concert. It's a concept I still like very much.

Dr. Jonathan Quash's: Set Me Free

VERY run-and-gun production of this off-broadway musical. If you're hooked and need to see how it ends, here's Act 2.

Albums and CD's

Some projects I've had the pleasure of being involved with: