Videos From the Vanishing Point Concert Now Posted

In Geometry textbooks we’re told that parallel lines never meet but, from our visual perspective, they do meet at the horizon or the vanishing point as it’s called.

Similarly in music it seems that singer/songwriters and composers have very little in common. But, as in geometry the truth depends on our perception.  Vanishing Point will reveal the fascinating intersection of pop music and contemporary classical that is a emerging as a major trend.

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In Geometry textbooks we’re told that parallel lines never meet but, from our visual perspective, they do meet at the horizon or the vanishing point as it’s called.

Similarly in music it seems that singer/songwriters and composers have very little in common. But, as in geometry the truth depends on our perception.  Vanishing Point revealed the fascinating intersection of pop music and contemporary classical that is emerging as a major trend.  But don’t take our word for it, watch the videos from the concert below!

Three Songs by William Jason Raynovich


Performed by:
Christy Bennett – soprano
Alyson Berger – cello
Christie Miller – clarinet
Casey Nielsen – guitar
Are You Worried About the Rising Cost of Funerals? by Errollyn Wallen

Performed by:
Mark Agnor – violin
Alyson Berger – cello
Francesco Milioto – conductor
Susan Nelson – soprano
Ben Weber – viola
Jeff Yang – violin
Four Beck Songs from the Song Reader
Arranged by Brian Baxter, Andy Costello, Michael Miller and Greg Steinke

Performed by:
Hulya Alpakin – piano
Christy Bennet – voice
Alyson Berger – cello
Christie Miller – clarinet
Alicia Poot-Kelly – flute
Jeff Yang – violin
 

One Song by David Bowie and Three Songs by Jennifer Hall
Arranged by Jeff Yang

Performed by:
Mark Agnor – violin
Alyson Berger – cello
Jennifer Hall – lead vocals
Ben Joseph – keyboards
Christie Miller – clarinet
Alicia Poot-Kelly – flute
Mat Robers – drums
Alex Sheyn – bass
Noam Wallenberg – guitar
Ben Weber – viola
Jeff Yang – violin