Pamela Wess' Portfolio
"Unclouded Day" - by Master Chorale of South Florida
"Unclouded Day" J.K. Alwood, composer Shawn Kirchner, arranger Performed by the Master Chorale of South Florida Brett Karlin, Artistic Director March 2021 Text: Oh, they tell me of a home far beyond the skies, They tell me of a home far away, And they tell me of a home where no storm clouds rise: Oh, they tell me of an unclouded day. Oh, the land of cloudless days, Oh, the land of an unclouded sky, Oh, they tell me of a home where no storm clouds rise: Oh, they tell me of an unclouded day. Oh, they tell me of a home where my friends have gone, Oh, they tell me of a land far away, Where the tree of life in eternal bloom Sheds its fragrance through the unclouded day. Oh, the land of cloudless days, Oh, the land of an unclouded sky, Oh, they tell me of a home where no storm clouds rise: Oh, they tell me of an unclouded day. Oh, they tell me of a King in His beauty there, They tell me that mine eyes shall behold Where He sits on a throne that is bright as the sun In the city that is made of gold. Oh, the land of cloudless days, Oh, the land of an unclouded sky, Oh, they tell me of a home where no storm clouds rise: Oh, they tell me of an unclouded day. Oh, the land of cloudless days, Oh, the land of an unclouded sky, Oh, they tell me of a home where no storm clouds rise: Oh, they tell me of an unclouded day.
Occidental Glee Club: "Ob-La-Di, Ob-La-Da"
The Occidental College Glee Club senior Class of 2021 chose this "philosophical" take on this very difficult year. Enjoy this virtual performance, which was performed live at Oxy's in-person Commencement on May 16. "Ob-la-di, Ob-la da" by Lennon & McCartney, copyright 1968 Sony/ATV
Et Misericordia, Kim Andre Arnesen
Et Misericordia from "Magnificat" by Kim Andre Arnesen Virtual collaboration with Angel Blue, soprano Amaranth Quartet Jungmee Kim, piano 38 singers, recorded @ home to click track iSing Silicon Valley Learn more: https://isingsv.com/ Donate: https://isingsv.com/donate-to-ising Order CDs: smarturl.it/chxyqz Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/iSingSilicon... Instagram: @isingsiliconvalley And of course, please remember to like this video and subscribe to our YouTube channel.
NYCGMC: Sweeter Still
Happy Holidays from NYCGMC and our chorus family! Sweeter Still by Eric William Barnum Performed by NYCGMC on their 2020 virtual Holiday Show: "Sweet is the Sound - A Holiday at Home with Chosen Family" Learn more about NYCGMC and join or support our work at nycgmc.org Gavin Thrasher, Artistic Director Lisa Reilly, Executive Director Arts Laureate, Audio & Video (virtualchoir.net) Aaron Dai, Accompanist Zoe Petersen, Assistant Rehearsal Conductor Tom McGillis, ASL Interpreter
The Virginia Consort Sings Mendelssohn's "Heilig"
In our second virtual offering of the spring 2021 season, The Virginia Consort, along with members of The Virginia Consort Festival Chorus, sings Mendelssohn's "Heilig", one of a set of pieces written in 1846 during Mendelssohn's time as Royal Kapellmeister to Friedrich Wilhelm IV in Berlin. Scored for a double choir of 8 voice parts, the music is brief but powerfully joyful. Heilig was written during the last full year of Mendelssohn's life. Used by Permission Composed by Felix Mendelssohn Edited by Gregg Smith Published by Walton Music Corporation (1964) Performed by members of The Virginia Consort in the spring of 2021, during COVID-19 isolation. Special Thanks to Video/Audio Editors: - Kathy DeGregory - Video Compilation: Arts Laureate (www.VirtualChoir.net)
Groove Music - Brian Balmages [CBI Spring Virtual Concert 2021]
"Groove Music" by Brian Balmages (2013) Performed by the Columbia Concert Band Director: Michael Blackman Columbia Bands, Inc. Video by: Arts Laureate, virtualchoir.net Project Finished: May 28, 2021 As the Coronavirus Pandemic continued into 2021, the Columbia Concert Band found ourselves unable to rehearse or perform - the sheer size of the ensemble and local restrictions on gatherings, as well as activity-specific restrictions on wind bands by the local school systems, left us without a place to come together. To keep the music alive and bring the band together virtually, Columbia Bands again worked with Arts Laureate to produce this wonderful rendition of "Groove Music" by Brian Balmages. CCB has a long history with Brian, who grew up local to the band's region, including performing some of his very earliest compositional works while he was still growing as a composer. Brian's father, Fred, was also a longtime performer with the organzation. It felt only right that the Balmages be included in our springtime project. The Columbia Concert Band is a group of approximately 90 musicians. We rehearse weekly and perform about five concerts per year. Our repertoire consists of many different musical syles, including traditional band arrangements, classical, contemporary, pop/rock, marches, jazz, Broadway, Americana, and baroque. Founded in 1983, the Columbia Concert Band provides local musicians the opportunity to perform challenging band literature while entertaining the public in the Baltimore and Washington region. The band is affiliated with Howard Community College, which gives credit to students for band participation.
On Women Who Validate Themselves Through Sex
Two 20-somethings talk about guys and sex and how hard both of those things are for single girls in New York City. Written and Directed by Pamela Wess Iron Mule Short Comedy Festival - Audience Award 2014 LA Comedy Festival - Official Selection Las Vegas Film Festival - Official Selection New Hampshire Film Festival - Official Selection