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FRSProd’s recording of Golandsky Institute Concert to air on WWFM

Front Row Seat Productions LLC is proud to have provided audio/video production services for the Golandsky Institute’s Summer Symposium and International Piano Festival since 2011.  The audio recording we created from the 2014 Festival’s Scheide Concerto Evening will be featured on WWFM’s Friday, January 9 edition of “Celebrating our Musical Community”. Listeners will be have a chance to hear world-class performances by the New Jersey Symphony Chamber Orchestra, under the direction of Mark Laycock,  pianists Ilya Itin, Fr. Sean Duggan, Sakura Myers and Nathan Grabow. The program airs at 12:00PM, Eastern Time on 89.1 FM, or streaming at  Front Row Seat Productions is proud to be a trusted resource for our friends at the Golandsky Institute and WWFM.

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FRSProd’s Robert Bullington to present at Trenton Art All Night 2014

9:45-10:30 pm Anatomy of a Live Music Video Shoot

Current technology allow musics artists to connect quickly, vibrantly, and authentically with audiences through streaming video–but there are often concerns associated with costs and technical complexities. Well, with this workshop, we’re going to put those fears to rest. Robert Bullington of Front Row Seat Productions will guide the audience through a multi-camera live video shoot, featuring popular New Brunswick rock band The Clydes. The Clydes will perform a song off their recently released EP, ‘Generator,’ and Robert will demonstrate how a near-instantaneous demo video can be produced through a multi-camera shoot. This workshop is designed to demonstrate how an affordable, professionally-produced live music video can be generated with attention to detail, storytelling, and authenticity.

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New Clips from the Golandsky Institute’s 2013 Symposium Published

The Golandsky Institute has published two new clips produced by Front Row Seat Productions from their 2013 Summer Symposium. These clips excerpt footage from two groundbreaking sessions.

In the first, Golandsky Institute senior director and master teacher Mary Moran works with beginner and intermediate students at the 2013 Golandsky Institute Summer Symposium, explaining and demonstrating the process of teaching the Taubman Approach to young students.

In the second, Golandsky Institute senior director and master teacher Robert Durso presents a lecture on Beethoven’s Appassionata. Historical, musical and technical considerations are discussed and demonstrated at the piano.

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