A good introduction to opera for the uninitiated would be Roger Rudenstein. His satirical operas based on George W. Bush and Donald Trump have promoted rave reviews and show that it’s an art-form that very much open to everyone.
Composer Mihail Doman unveils his beautiful pro-feminist video for Arhythmology VI, the lead track from his stunning Arhythmology album.
Crossover artist, Georg Roman has dropped his video for his latest single, a track that truly hits you in the face on your listen.
With a powerful operatic style voice, combined with rock tendencies, Georg Roman has developed a niche style of music that blends genres in a way that few have done before.
Comparing himself to Josh Groban, Georg takes influence from both classical artists like Luciano Pavarotti, as well as rock legends such as Eric Clapton.
Georg notes that there is nothing quite like the feeling of singing iconic opera songs like ‘Rigoletto’ or ‘Tu Ca Nun Chiagne’, and he seeks to mix this feeling with other types of music that he loves, such as rock. Georg also believes that every song should be told in its own way, and this is certainly something he does with great emphasis on ‘Forever’. Check it out!
This is the awesomely talented Shane Thomas in action. This little star is only 15, but has already written numerous original classical pieces, been the youngest ever artist to sign to E.M.I. music and was once dubbed ‘Britain’s Mozart’. His talents are endless and he has a new album on the horizon. Get his new single ‘Mrs Matisse’ from 10th December.
Get more from Shane here
Seamlessly blending together heavy rock and classical music elements, with Kate Bush style vocals, Amanda Bloom is a unique artist in her own right. Fallacy, taken from her album ‘A History of Things to Come’, is an Australian Singer/Songwriter, and pianist.
Make sure you keep an eye out for her!
Neapolitan Song O Sole Mio by Eduardo di Capua
Directed by Vyacheslav Mertsalov (mvf-studio)
Pilgrim Angry are a band who, like a darker version of Muse, blend classical and rock music to excellent effect.
Pilgrim Angry: Ian Livingstone and Mark Smith.
Director: Pascal M Mindlin
DOP: Alexander Webster
Assistant Director: Stephen Pobjoy
Singer: Mark Smith
Muse: Anna Franklin
Cellist: Lucy Skinner
Ballerina’s: Jennie Harrington (soloist – by kind permission of the english national ballet), Emma Findlay and Zoe Ashe-Browne
Stylist: Kara Thomas
Make-Up: Susan Ahern
Assistan Stylist: Jade Smith
Music Production Company: Turning Worm Ltd.
Time for us by Pilgrim Angry was shot in London © Interlane Productions 2012