Every year Los Angeles Philharmonic presents top notch musical events to the fans of classical music all across the country. With each of its season, L.A Phil brings exciting lineup of events, featuring some of the most talented musicians and instrumentalists from across the globe. While maintaining its tradition of presenting nothing but the best of the classical music, Los Angeles Philharmonic brings the Brooklyn Festival. Brooklyn has been a place of origin of many of the renowned composers and musicians, and this year with its Brooklyn Festival, L.A Phil sets out to celebrate the music of those in its own unique way. During its Brooklyn Festival, L.A Phil will also be featuring one of the most renowned organists of our time, Cameron Carpenter. Carpenter will be playing organ alongside the Los Angeles Philharmonic, as the L.A Phil celebrates the musical genius of Aaron Copland. Brooklyn Festival Cameron Carpenter concert will be featuring some of those musical compositions that turned Aaron Copland to one of the most influential composers of 20th century. So experience this musical extravaganza in person with Brooklyn Festival Cameron Carpenter tickets.
Brooklyn Festival Cameron Carpenter concert will showcase Aaron Copland’s Jazz and French inspired musical pieces that will be presented in Carpenter’s very own dynamic style. Carpenter is widely known for his on stage showmanship and his out of the ordinary playing techniques when it comes to playing organ. So with his outstanding skills combined with the music created by Copland could only result in a remarkable live performance. Treat your ears to the magnificence of the concert with Brooklyn Festival Cameron Carpenter tickets.
During his days as a learner, Carpenter studied along with John Weaver, Paul Jacobs and Gerre Hancock while he studied at the Juilliard School from where he attained his Bachelor’s and Master’s degrees. Carpenter designed a four manual virtual pipe organ while he was a resident artist at the Middle Collegiate Church from 2008 to 2009. Carpenter is quite famous for playing the virtual pipe organs, and for that he has received positive feedback from most of the music critics.
Over the years, Carpenter has also released a number of albums on the Telarc Records. Carpenter signed a record deal with Telarc in 2008, and Revolutionary
was released as his debut album on September 23, 2008 and was recorded at the Trinity Church in New York. The album attracted positive response overall, and went on to receive a Grammy Award Nomination for Best Solo Instrumental Performance. After doing so, Carpenter became the first ever organist to be nominated for a Grammy Award. In 2006, Carpenter released his first ever commercial album by the title of Pictures at an Exhibition.
The album was once again recorded at the Trinity Church in New York. The year 2010 saw the release of Carpenter’s most recent recorded release that was once again released by Telarc. The album also contained J.S. Bach recital that he played live.
This year Cameron Carpenter combines his expertise as an organist to give you the organ symphony of Aaron Copland. Aaron Copland is well known for the works that he gave during the 1930s and 1940s. In his compositions, Copland is known for presenting a bit more American style of composition, which makes him the first American composer to do so. Throughout his lifetime, Copland embraced various styles of composing music where at times he incorporated experimental elements his composition, while at some occasion elements of jazz became of a part of it. Some of his most popular works include Fanfare for the Common Man, A Lincoln Portrait,
This year’s Brooklyn Festival Cameron Carpenter performance will take you through the musical journey from the perspective of Cameron Carpenter’s organ playing. So seize the moment if you wish to witness this musical magic with your own eyes.
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