For multiple large crystal singing bowls performed in an interactive fashion with crowd participation. Best served outdoors.
The first of several performances during the Oregon Fringe Festival was Monday, May 9th. Thanks to all of my students from the SOU Percussion Studio, Music Department and my World Music class for making it happen!
A lot of fun and exciting things are happening this month!
November 7th, 7pm @ Paschal Winery
I’ll be performing with the amazing local folk group Omada Kosmos and several vocalists from the Rogue World Ensemble. The Show starts at 7pm, with a folk dance lesson beforehand at 6:30pm. $10-$15 sliding scale at the door. Check out http://www.rogueworldmusic.org/concerts/ for more information.
November 11th-14th, PASIC @ San Antonio, Texas!
Next week is the annual Percussive Arts Society International Convention. In the past I’ve had the privilege of performing, and having my own music performed. This year, I’ll be able to relax and just take it all in while connecting with fiends and colleagues from around the world. I hope to see you there!
November 20th, 7:30pm @ Southern Oregon University
The Southern Oregon University Percussion Ensembles, under the direction of Terry Longshore, present “All the World’s a Drum”, an evening of theatrical percussion music.
Featured on the concert will be the world premiere of two of my pieces: “Three Movements for Recital Hall” and “The Shady Lady & The Rebel Frog”. Flautist Tessa Brinkman will also be featured as the titular temptress “The Shady Lady”, leading the Rebel Frog to his doom!
Welcome and Thanks!
Thanks for checking out my new website. It’s still a work in progress, but I’ll be adding more and more content as time permits.
I plan on creating a comprehensive resource for my upcoming concerts, compositions as well as anything fun my students might get up to.
Please don’t hesitate to get in touch if you have any questions.
Thanks Again! Bryan
Terry Longshore and Myself performing John Bergamo’s “Piru Bole”
Photo Credit: Larry Chamberlain