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  • Inferno Houstoun Taddei NZSO

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    A film of the recording session some years ago. This movement of the concerto was inspired by the photography of James Nachtwey - particularly his book Inferno, which was life-changing.

    With Michael Houstoun (piano) Marc Taddei (conductor) and the New Zealand Symphony Orchestra. Filmed by Keith Hill. This was broadcast as part of the documentary "Storming the Ramparts" by Keith Hill and Attar Films. The whole concerto can be found on the Ratlle CD/DVD View From Olympus. performance materials available form Promethean Editions. Show less
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  • Chris Mason Batley Group Reinvent Psathas's Work Play all

    This project was an incredible realisation of my music. Re-invented by Chris Mason Batley, Sam GIles, David Lines, and Steve Thomas. This was one of the best concert experiences of my own music that I've ever had. I hope to have the whole concert available on YT one day. These are phenomenal musicians, My music was privileged.
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  • View From Olympus Berlin Play all

    View From Olympus - Concerto for Piano and Percussion by John Psathas.
    Performed by Duo Gerassimez ( http://gerassimez.de/ ); Alexej Gerassimez - percussion and Nikolai Gerassimez - piano. Radio Sinfonieorchseter Berlin, conducted by Kristjan Jarvi.
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  • Djinn (multiple performances) Play all

    1-3 Marimba concerto. Pedro Carneiro (solo marimba), The Auckland Philharmonia, Jeremy Fitzsimons (percussion), Marc Taddei (conductor).

    4 Movements 1 & 3 with Rodrigo Cordeira.

    5-7 Djinn, arranged for an orchestra of traditional Chinese instruments. Performer by Pedro Carneiro (solo marimba), the Taipei Chinese Orchestra, and Yiu-Kwong Chung
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  • Recording the 'Good for Nothing' score Play all

    Raw and exclusive footage of the 'Good for Nothing' recording process and sessions.
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