Very excited to share a part of my family's holiday traditions with the U.S. Army Old Guard Fife and Drum Corps and David López!
New videos to YouTube and a new Listen tab under the About section. Please enjoy the Sonata in C Major for recorder and basso continuo HWV 365 by G. F. Handel.
Pre-ordering is open now for Binary Canary's latest CD, bc+1. I am so happy to have joined Kyle and Ted for a track in this innovative project. I work with Kyle in our chamber group, AVIDduo and have performed many works by Ted, including original works for AVIDduo and a work for solo flute titled, of circumstance. I highly recommend picking up a copy of the album or downloading at the link below. The album releases on June 1.
Binary Canary is a collaboration between laptopist Ted Moore and performer Kyle Hutchins. Their work together since 2013 has included solo and chamber music, free and structured improvisations, and interactive multimedia. Their 2015 album ‘click/blow’ was reviewed as “a full on noise-jazz symphony” (Raised by Gypsies) and a “display [of] individual virtuosity and group musicianship… well worth the listen” (Signals for Images). They have been featured at conferences, festivals, and on series such as the Society for Electro-Acoustic Music in the United States (SEAMUS), New York City Electronic Music Festival (NYCEMF), Electroacoustic Barndance (EABD), North American Saxophone Alliance (NASA), Music Now at the University of North Texas, New Horizons Music Festival (NHMF), Association for Technology in Music Instruction (ATMI), Ars Electroacoustica, The New Ruckus, Patrick’s Cabaret, Punk Ass Classical, Skewed Visions, and as guest artists at universities across the country. www.binarycanarymusic.com
Ted Moore, laptop
Kyle Hutchins, saxophones
+Pat O'Keefe, clarinets
+Scott Miller, laptop
+Brittany Primavera, alto flute
+Adam Zahller, bass recorder
I'm always in search of great reading material-- please enjoy a few articles/interviews/videos I've encountered this week. Feel free to share! -BP
If you aren't able to get out to your local concert hall, try streaming one from the comfort of your own home. The links below are a great way to incorporate classical music into your week!
Already watch live stream concerts? Feel free to leave your favorite place to stream music in the comments below!
New Handouts posted for TMEA Region XVI Middle School Handouts! Please print if you lost your copy from class. :)
Scale Sheets for all levels posted! Also included is a Major Scale Sheet Checklist with all scales and octaves listed. Tempo Goal for your first checklist should be ♩ = 60. I recommend reprinting for
♩= 80, ♩ = 100, and finally ♩= 120. Download below or on the Warm Ups, Scale Sheets, and Handouts tab under Student Resources.
Major Scale in Thirds
Major Scale Checklist