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CRYSTAL BETH FILM MUSIC NOW AVAILABLE “SO I WAS WONDERING”

 

Music created for the film So I Was Wondering
Directed by Richard Arum
Composed by Beth Fleenor
Performed by Crystal Beth & the Boom Boom Band

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released November 17, 2015

Recorded and Mixed by Floyd Reitsma
Studio Litho – Seattle, WA
Produced by Crystal Beth & the Boom Boom Band
with Floyd Reitsma
Executive Producer: Richard Arum

The Boom Boom Band features Tristan Gianola (guitar), Michael Owcharuk (keyboards), Isaac Castillo (bass), and Adam Kozie (drums), with Crystal Beth (voice/ bass clarinet).

www.bethfleenor.com

www.imdb.com/title/tt4268230/?ref_=rvi_tt
www.facebook.com/soiwaswondering

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SUPPORT: SUMI TONOOKA’S “FOR MALALA”

For Malala- A Jazz Concerto For Piano Trio and Symphony Orchestra

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From the Artist: “For Malala is a new musical endeavor inspired by and dedicated to the young Pakistani student activist, Malala Yousafzai, who was shot in the head for her advocacy of educating girls and all children in her home country. Her story has moved me to action by composing a special musical work as a form of musical advocacy. The new work will be premiered and recorded during the 2014-2015 season by the NorthWest Symphony Orchestra under the direction of conductor Anthony Spain, and I will be the piano soloist.

I am sharing this project at an early stage of its development in the hopes you might be interested in supporting the work. If you can support this project in any capacity, together we can make this idea a reality.”

Click here to learn more about the project and for the opportunity to help realize For Malala.

ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS FOR THE SILENT FILM PROJECT

Are you a film maker or composer interested in making work for silent film?

SIFF, the Seattle Composers’ Alliance and the Seattle Jazz Composers Ensemble are partnering up to celebrate the art of silent film and film scores. 12 films made by youth through adult ages will be selected to be scored by local composers, and performed live for an audience by the Seattle Jazz Composers Ensemble.

Learn more: http://www.siff.net/presents/seriesDetail.aspx?FID=289

November 2, 2012 Submission deadline

December 3, 2012 Notification of acceptance

December 10, 2012 Final cut of the film due on DVD

March 1 , 2013 Final score due

April 11, 2013 Screening date

TONIGHT – FRANKLY MONDAYS FEATURING WORK BY BETH FLEENOR

Monday, August 27 – 8pm

Tonight, Frank presents Frankly Mondays, our monthly split bill at the Royal Room in Columbia City. Celebrating her birthday, Beth Fleenor brings two projects representing a broad span of her creative interests.

Alongside Slaughterhouse 3, a street trio with long-time collaborators Michael Owcharuk and Paul Kemmish, Fleenor will debut a new Workshop Ensemble that will perform two of her scores. Works featured: SILT and Movement No. 5 for Blindfolded Ensemble.

Performers: Brian Bermudez, Sam Boshnack, Greg Campbell, Chris Credit, Beth Fleenor, Evan Flory-Barnes, Paul Kemmish, Michele Khazak, Adam Kozie, Kate Olson, Michael Owcharuk, Naomi Siegel, and Jacques Willis.

Below – the score for SILT and audio excerpt from April premiere of the work.

Info: www.bfdirectline.wordpress.com  

www.theroyalroomseattle.com

(photo by Bruce Tom)