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Album Review: Arch Echo by Arch Echo

Arch Echo release their debut self-titled album on 24th November. The instrumental prog-fusion quintet are collective of young virtuoso musicians and composers, taking influence from jazz, prog rock, metal, contemporary classical and everything in between. 316 more words


Luciano Berio: London Sinfonietta at Kings Place review *****

Luciano Berio: Theatre of the World

London Sinfonietta, Kings Place Choir, Jonathan Cross (presenter), John Woolrich (curator)

Kings Place, 4th November

The Response of Ktulu (Project made in #Dorico, #Logic, and #Max/MSP)

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Here is my latest composition; the score was created, edited, formatted, and otherwise made completely in Dorico.  The audio was made in Logic.  The piece also uses a Max Patch. 59 more words

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New Music from Nathaniel Schmidt

Musician, composer and Dancing Monkey, Nathaniel Schmidt, has been working with Project InTandem, creating the score to RESIDUE created by Meghann Michalsky & Matt Hall. 56 more words

Nathaniel Schmidt

At WSJ on Matt Mitchell's A Pouting Grimace

‘A Pouting Grimace’ by Matt Mitchell Review: Crossing Stylistic Borders With Ease

The pianist and composer offers his most complex and sprawling work yet on an album that showcases the influence of con…

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Relaxing Discovery Mix

Listen to relaxing music that I recently discovered and wanted to share with you. It’s a great 4-hour background playlist for reading, writing, or focus work. 8 more words


Luca D'Alberto

Listen to neo-classical music by Italian composer and multi-instrumentalist Luca D’Alberto on his debut album, which he composed, arranged and played. The violin, viola, violectra, cello and piano create “sonically opulent vivid, wonder-evoking pieces conveying wintry, widescreen panoramas and a propulsive arpeggio-fueled energy.” 108 more words