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Sonatas Steel Orchestra & the Brooklyn Philharmonic Chamber Ensemble - "Flows Beneath"

Premiere of "Flows Beneath" - New Music for SteelPan & Chamber Ensemble - composed by Chris Cerrone, conducted by Brooklyn Philharmonic artistic director Alan Pierson

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Comment by Aretha Ballantyne on November 8, 2012 at 11:00am

Brilliant tremendously Brilliant

Comment by Ian Franklin on October 28, 2012 at 10:41pm

Good idea the Danube meets the Nile. This is what unity is all about.

Lets hope very soon that the Pan Fraternity in NY will produce a well planned Steel Orchestra Classical Concert.

Better yet, why wait for someone else to start. My dream can be a reality, if we all brainstorm. Is anyone out there interested in the possibility of a collective effort. I remember the first time I heard a difficult classic, played by a Steel Orchestra. The year was 1965 when Desperadoes performed "The Marriage of Figaro" which was the most difficult piece attempted at that time.  All Stars performed that same piece 10 years ago. Too bad none of them were recorded.

Do not let any negative thoughts cloud this vision. I am on board.

Comment by CURTIS WILLIAMS on October 28, 2012 at 8:23pm

Not one shot of the  steel band was shown, as always in the back ground.

Comment by Cecil Paul on October 28, 2012 at 8:13pm

It seems that the steelband instrument, although it stands on its own as a full orchestra, will in time be integrated into the clssical music ensemble.

Comment by Jennifer Ire on October 28, 2012 at 7:18pm

This was wonderful to witness. I appreciate Brooklyn Philharmonic Orchestra and its conductor for stepping out into so many new forms and including our steelband. It was an exciting concert overall.

Comment by Hyacinth ROSAMOND on October 28, 2012 at 6:09pm

bravo , continue composing and keeping an open mind!

 

 

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