As part of the approach to the 100th anniversary of ANZAC day, 'Field Punishment No.1' has been scheduled to air on April 22nd at 8.30pm on TV One. To watch the trailer, click HERE. Wilfred Owen wrote "All a poet can do today is warn." Despite their philosophical differences, I think there were many similarities between Wilfred Owen … Continue reading Field Punishment No.1 / Screening Date
Here's a film of the performance that we did live to air on WFUV New York. I love this song... it's one of my favourites on the album. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HpkCgTzuXmA#t=94
I am delighted that the producers of 'Field Punishment No.1' have given me permission to add some excerpts from the score to my blog. I won't give any information about the context of these pieces - just the titles. Take from them what you will. The score features Ashley Brown / Cello and Nigel Gavin … Continue reading Field Punishment No.1 / Music
Here's a live-to-air performance of 'Impressions' from Neil's new album, Dizzy Heights, that we did in LA, on KCRW. Performing the string arrangement is The Section Quartet.
I should perhaps have posted about this before I left - but there's more to talk about now I've actually done it... I've just returned from a pretty extraordinary trip to the USA and England, showcasing Neil Finn's new album - Dizzy Heights (which can be pre-ordered here). This photo was taken by Frank Donnelly … Continue reading Neil Finn / Dizzy Heights Showcases
The wonderful people at SOUNZ (Centre for New Zealand Music) have been filming performances of New Zealand works and making them available on their website. This is a film of the premiere performance of Toi Huarewa at the Auckland Arts Festival earlier this year, featuring Horomona Horo and NZTrio.
As of last week, Field Punishment Number One is finished and delivered - and as of yesterday, the final episode of The Almighty Johnsons (Season 3) is also complete. At times like these, I often find myself floating in something of an abyss... exhausted and awash with residual adrenaline from the rush towards the end. … Continue reading Realiti / Jonathan King