EARLY MUSIC SEATTLE: Seattle Baroque Orchestra
Concert Videos are our most popular service. Clients use live concert recordings as virtual concert offerings for their patrons. This video was recorded using a Royer SF-24 mic and shot on three Sony A7c cameras. Our concert videos are in 4k resolution and delivered within a week of performance.
Adding video recording to traditional audio recording sessions is a great way to feature the artists in their element. In the recording session environment, we are able to get up close to the artists with gimbal shooting that adds a personal touch and a behind-the-scenes look to your music.
Music videos sessions are all about camera angles. In addition to close-up shooting, we can incorporate drone footage for top-down breathtaking shots. No need to confine ourselves to a traditional studio, we can record and shoot outdoors too!
Let's tell a story. We will carefully construct a narrative to showcase not just your music, but also the historical and cultural history to give your audience context.
A great way to promote a concert is by recording a rehearsal and having a few artists talk about the program. We will produce a short teaser for your social media and email announcements that will attract your audience to your upcoming concert.
A film combining a concert recording and documentary, we produced Homegrown: Shaker Spirituals in Maine featuring Brother Arnold Hadd, composer Kevin Siegfried, and Radiance, for the Library of Congress American Folklife Center.
During the pandemic, we produced over 50 virtual choir videos. Here is Caroline Shaw's and the swallow, which was featured on Canada's broadcast of Modern Choral Masterworks on CBC.
Let's have some fun with your group photos and create a look that captures attention.
Early Music Seattle
Eastlake High School
Kirkland Middle School
Lincoln High School
Macalester Concert Choir
New Baroque Orchestra
Queen City Musicians
Resounding Love Interfaith Gospel Choir
Seattle Metropolitan Orchestra
Tacoma Community Choir
UW Chamber Singers