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.
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.
- 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
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.
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.