Hi, Chris! Good Luck and good job with To Shiver The Sky! BTW: When will it be sent out? - ya know, physically, on CDs to us, the project-supporters ? :-)
Will You experiment with overtone singing in Thy music???
If YES, Thou shall consult with my friend Stuart Hinds from Texas(U.S.A.) - he is a brilliant composer for overtone choirs - well, in fact, he is the best overtone-music-composer in the world.
(I can record vocals for You - for FREE! Any difficulty, I sing extremely strong and clear overtones! Studio-quality is possible.)
Filip Rydlo alias OvertoneSinger(CZ)
Hi! The album will be released to the general public May 30, 2020 (if all goes according to plan) but the backers will get it before then. I'm just not sure exactly when, however; we start recording in July, and then final sessions are in February 2020, so given a little time to mix, master, and manufacture, it might be about late April 2020 before backers get it. But this is all just estimates at the moment!
And I won't be doing any overtone singing on this one unfortunately, but thanks for the offer!
Yes, I do hope to come back to HK someday, as my family is there. Would love to work with the HK Phil!
hello a greeting and felisitarlo for his music I am a director of a youth orchestra (orchestra filarmonica youth of the valley of mexico) I would like to ride Baba Yetu with the orchestra and the choir, how can I have access to scores would be so kind to support us
Certainly! Boosey and Hawkes handles all my sheet music. You can contact them at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Da Vinci himself! The quote that the lyrics are based on was about flight. That, coupled with the instructions from the developers to write something with the idea of exploration, and the music came pretty naturally.
Hi!!!! I'm a huge fan of your work and i'm analysing Sogno Di Volare for my EE; is there anything you can comment on regarding the correlation sogno di volare has to the game as a theme and also how it relates to imagery of the game/the game itself?
Thanks! When I was first given the assignment, they told me that this Civ had a strong exploration element to it, and they sent me some rough art of the opening menu. So that's how I came up with the ostinato that you hear at the beginning. Then when I was thinking of lyrics, I wanted to include a little easter egg for longtime Civ fans, so I decided to use the tech-tree quote by Da Vinci you hear in Civ IV.
There are no plans to at the moment. I don't tour unfortunately, and orchestra concerts are difficult to organize.
RE: Carnegie Hall, Stanford
I had the wonderful experience of singing Calling All Dawns in January with the Rye Country Day Festival Chorus in Rye, NY. Thank you for FaceTiming with us!
I, and some of my friends from will be coming to see you conduct Calling All Dawns at Carnegie Hall on June 9th! I'm looking into getting a Stanford group to come too.
Is there a chance we could meet you for a few minutes after the concert?
Thank you for creating such beautiful music - you make the world a better place.
Jennifer (Jong) Sandling
Stanford '83, Parent '14, '15
I usually do a meet and greet after the concert, and would love to meet you and some fellow Stanford alums!
Amazon carries it, or you can also get it from www.christophertin.com/store.html.
Not at the moment, no, but I do want to get more into the Chicago music scene!