In these days of next to no live performing, I recently had the opportunity to do a live-stream make-up for a concert that was cancelled this summer. It was for the Meadowlark Music Festival in Lincoln, Nebraska, which was doing a Latin American emphasis this year. They like the performer to interact with the audience.So I came up with an introduction to each piece, with musical examples played at the piano, then played through the piece, all in my own home studio (the piano is a Baldwin M). Minimal technical equipment: a video camera with a Rode mic attached, then ran the video through Movie for Mac to equalize the levels between talking and playing. I think it came out pretty nicely. Hope some will be interested and will enjoy it.
Federico Ibarra, Sonata #3 ("Madre Juana"), three movementsArturo Márquez, Días de Mar y RioHeitor Villa-Lobos, Ciclo Brasileiro, four movementsIbarra and Márquez are both alive and well, living in Mexico.