New program for June 29 “The Strangeness You Feel”

After a long hiatus, this is a re-union for Ron, Ariel, Bernardo, and Gerald! They will team up for an offbeat program of songs, duets, and ensembles. You might hear an operetta duet, a musical theater standard, an Italian popular song, or an unexpected surprise. It is more or less guaranteed you won’t be bored.

For more information about the program, click here to view our event listing on Performing Arts Live.

 

 

 

June 29 concert is confirmed!

Spacious Vision’s hiatus will end on Friday, June 29 with our return to St. Mark’s in Glendale, California. Pianist and composer Ron Barnett will team with singers Ariel Pisturino, Gerald Seminatore and Bernardo Bermudez for a program of songs you might hear on a concert stage, in a jazz club, or in a piano bar. Additional performers are expected; program details to follow.

Ariel Pisturino and Ron Barnett perform “La vie en rose” (Edith Piaf)

Though we are currently on hiatus, we will continue to share selected audio and video files from our 2016 programs. From “The Not Quite Paris Cabaret” at MiMoDa in Los Angeles, here are Ariel Pisturino and Ron Barnett performing Edith Piaf’s classic “La vie en rose” (French and English). Click on the play button below to hear the live audio recording.

Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays!

At this time, Spacious Vision is on hiatus; our members have a lot of other work and projects going on. Our aspiration is to announce some new programs early in 2017; please continue to follow/subscribe to this page for updates.

For our visitors, here are two songs from past holiday concerts. Barbara Kilduff sings Donald Hope’s”Lullay thou little tiny child,” a rarely heard setting of the traditional Coventry Carol. Gerald Seminatore sings “The Oxen” by Ralph Vaughn Williams (poem by Thomas Hardy).

You should not need the SoundCloud app to hear these (though you may see a prompt suggesting this).

We are certainly grateful for all of the interest and support of our audience and page visitors over the past year, and sincerely wish our visitors a joyful and musical holiday season.

 

On Hiatus

July’s “Tears of Gold” program in Massachusetts was warmly received by our audience, as was June’s “The Not Quite Paris Cabaret” in Los Angeles. With “Sakura Songs” in March, ten artists have participated this year in three different Spacious Vision programs.

At this time, our core members on both coasts are working through a number of commitments and transitions. So we are taking a hiatus, but expect to announce new programs by year’s end. We will also have some audio and video footage to share in the near future. In the meantime, you are invited to visit our YouTube channel to check out some of our past work.  Thanks for visiting!

(Photo: Brian Moll and Barbara Kilduff rehearse for “Tears of Gold.”)

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