Feedback from my performance of an original composition Tapestry Tampa Bay
(Watch the whole piece in the video below…)
I conducted my composition “Tapestry Tampa Bay” for a new audience in Safety Harbor, Florida.
It is a piece for chamber ensemble in six movements, each describing a scene or an aspect of Tampa Bay that struck me as unique or unusual – just new experiences for a newcomer to the area.
- Beaches & Boats
- Skyway Bridge
- Churches & Arts
- Back for More
Feedback was amazing and very positive – see below – with requests to orchestrate some of the movements, as well as over 26,000 views of the 2012 World Premiere video.
“Brilliant composition. Those of you that missed this concert, you missed out on a great night of beautiful and entertaining music.” -Barb E.
“Tapestry Tampa Bay: simply amazing.” -Hamby
“Absolutely inspiring.” -Bill
“I’ll be Back for More!” -Mary
“Excellent. Can’t wait for the CD.” -Carlos
“Stephen is fearless in a new adventure, ready for a new challenge with a quiet confidence.” -Dale
“I love the stories, and then the music plays them out.” -Vanessa
“Totally refreshing and enjoyable. Please do it again.” -Ron
“What a wonderful surprise. I hope a tour comes out of this.” -Jill
Check out the video of Tapestry Tampa Bay on YouTube, and remember to LIKE it! (Give it a thumbs up). Also add your comments, similar to those above, to the video site:
Stephen P Brown is a Conductor of orchestra, choirs, concert bands and musicals, as well as a composer. He is the General Director of the Dunedin Music Society, Head Spark Plug of the Concert University, and a Professional Artist Grantee of Creative Pinellas. You can find his concert schedule here, a sample of his compositions here, and listen to his podcast Classic Jabber here.