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Beethoven’s 9th & Schoenberg

This is my second live webcast with the Boston University Symphony Orchestra & Chorus. We’ve been working for months behind the scenes to prepare for the multi-camera broadcast of this biannual concert at Symphony Hall. Ken-David Masur — assistant conductor of the Boston Symphony Orchestra — takes the podium in this all Viennese program. This […]

Faure’s “Requiem” & Stravinsky’s “Persephone”

One of the major projects for my new job at Boston University is working to put together a live webcast of the School of Music’s biannual performances at Symphony Hall. Although this was only my first production with the university, we worked to significantly increase the production value. With the substantial improvements made thus far, […]

Drum Corps: Round II

Last summer, I dove headfirst into the drum & bugle corps world, working all summer as a videographer for the Boston Crusaders Drum & Bugle Corps. I returned to the corps’ media team for the corps’ 75th Anniversary season as a videographer and webmaster. The majority of our 2014 media team returned, meaning we didn’t […]

Beatles in Beantown

After hearing that I had worked with the Emerson Treble Makers on their recording of “Skinny Love,” Achoired Taste – another a cappella group at Emerson College – approached me to help them record their medley of Beatles songs. Achoired Taste was planning to shoot their first music video and wanted a quality recording of […]

Skinny Love

In October 2014, the Emerson College Treble Makers performed on WERS as part of Live Music Week. I was engineering the live session, and their cover of Bon Iver’s “Skinny Love” struck a chord &emdash; pun intended. Shortly thereafter, I approached the group asking if they would be interested in doing a studio version of their arrangement. They had never recorded anything professionally and I had always wanted to produce an a cappella track. It was a perfect match.

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