15 September 2006

Ostrowski, Schepkin, Vogelschiess

Composers and performers currently in play here in the bungalow...

Cezary Ostrowski. Polish visual artist, electronica composer, sound designer and journalist, Creative Commons activist, initiator of the Creative Collective, one of the editors of ccMixter.org, founder of the legendary Polish avant-tronic music group Bexa Lala. [bio]

Cezary Ostrowski performs his instrumental opening piece to his opera Music For The Fish.

Sergey Schepkin. Russian-American pianist who has won great acclaim for his performances and recordings of J.S. Bach, and was hailed by The New York Times as "a formidable Bach pianist . . . [who] plays with the passion and drama of a young Glenn Gould."

His official site features Bach mp3s. Although predominantly a performer of the Romantics, Schepkin also delivers the Moderns and especially the mainstream modern Russians with exquisite skill.

Sergey Schepkin performs Andrew Bisset's Conglomerate Fragments for Solo Piano and Cultural Dis-Ease

Charles Graef/ Vogelscheiss. Composer of orchestral, piano and electronic pieces whose website hosts hours of his compositions for film, television, commercial purposes, software demonstrations. His electronic rendition of Saint-Saëns' "Aquarium" is so much fun!

Update: I must not forget composer Sergio Luque who is also in play at the bungalow.

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