Hello friends! :) Sooo me and my friend Kevin from Eastman decided to work together on a little project! We’re planning to play arrangements of video game music for violin and piano, so check out our YouTube channel from time to time if you want to hear more! :D This video is one we did last Tuesday, the Great Fairy Fountain Theme from the Legend of Zelda! :D Thanks so much for listening and I hope you enjoy! ♥
Such a beautiful album that I came across while browsing through a music store <3 I particularly like this song because it’s talking about her two loves, Paris and Manhattan (not two people ahaha). I don’t usually listen to music like this, but I feel like a lot of this could really set the background for a romantic evening with a special someone ;)
Fausto Romitelli: Domenicha alla periferia dell’Impero (1995-96, 2000)
Madison Greenstone, bass clarinet
Zach Sheets, bass flute
Kimberly Durflinger, violin
Ben Fried, cello
Yunn-Shan Ma, conductor
October 9, 2013
This piece was such a challenge to learn and put together! However, the result was very gratifying, and as it usually goes with playing music by contemporary composers, I learned a lot! :)
|Song: The Tire Flinging Auto Mechanic|
|Artist: Matthias McIntire|
|Played: 11 times.|
I keep forgetting to post this but here it is! “The Tire Flinging Auto Mechanic”, a contemporary piece written in 48 hours at the Bowdoin International Music Festival in Brunswick Maine! The composer Matthias based the piece of off the title, which is comprised of the performers last names :)
Matthias McIntire and Kimberly Durflinger (Violins)
Micheal Mechanic (Basson)
It’s a really great piece and I had the pleasure of working with such a friendly and awesome composer! :D Enjoy!!!
Debussy String Quartet in G Minor Movement III Bowdoin International Music Festival 2013
Fangxi Liu, Kimberly Durflinger (Violins)
Natalie Alper-Leroux (Viola)
Maurice Con (Cello)
This is the result of 3 days of rehearsals and coaching! XD I think it came together quite nicely! :) My time here at Bowdoin has been a blast! I am so happy to have had the opportunity to study here in Brunswick, Maine!
As of tomorrow morning, I’ll be off to Rochester to visit my Aunt (and my family is going to meet me there, yay!) and afterwards, we’ll be driving up to the Canadian side of Niagara Falls! I hope I’ll be able to get lots of gorgeous pictures to share with you! Anyway, enjoy the beautiful music of Debussy and thanks for listening!