Dan Redfeld’s “Fantasy for Violin & Piano” performed LIVE March25, 2017

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Dan Redfeld’s “Fantasy for Violin and Piano” will be featured on a chamber concert with violinist Elizabeth Hedman and pianist Robert Thies. Presented by Village Concerts, the program also features works by Beethoven, Debussy and Franck.

The Fantasy was composed in 2008 for Ms. Hedman & Mr. Thies, who gave its premier in 2009. The work was recorded in 2011 and will be released later this year.

The concert is March 25, 2017, at 3 pm. Tickets are $25. Info can be found at http://www.villageconcerts.net. More info on Mr. Thies can be found at http://www.robertthies.org.


The Secret Garden at the Tutor Center for the Performing Arts

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Dan Redfeld has begun rehearsals for Lucy Simon and Marsha Norman’s musical adaptation of The Secret Garden. Based on Frances Hodgson Burnett‘s 1911 novel, “The Secret Garden” was nominated for 7 Tony Awards, winning 3, and features the hit songs “How Could I Ever Know?”, “Hold On”, “A Bit of Earth” and “Lily’s Eyes”.

“The Secret Garden” will be presented by the Chaminade Players March 10, 11, 12, 17, 18 & 19 at the Tutor Center for the Performing Arts. Directed by Yvette Bishop (Beauty and the Beast, Blood Brothers) with musical direction by Dan Redfeld and choreography by Bill Burns.

Dan Redfeld & the LA Film Conducting Intensive at the Eastwood Scoring Stage

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Dan Redfeld will be participating as a fellow in the 1st Annual Los Angeles Film Conducting Intensive. The four-day workshop will take place January 12 – 15 at the legendary Eastwood Scoring Stage on the Warner Bros. lot and will be led by LAFCI instructors David Newman, Conrad Pope, William Ross and Angel Velez.

Dan will conduct his original cue, Swashbuckler, on the final day with a 62-piece studio orchestra.

Follow the workshop at https://www.facebook.com/LosAngelesFilmConductingIntensive/

Dan Redfeld is featured on The Portfolio Composer

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Dan’s interview with Garrett Hope was broadcast this past December on The Portfolio Composer. Listen as Dan speaks about his journey in music, how to be viable in today’s world as a composer and how the album “A Hopeful Place” was produced.

Check out the interview here: http://theportfoliocomposer.com/ep-106-dan-redfeld-on-creating-a-hopeful-place-and-life-in-hollywood/

Dan Redfeld’s “A Hopeful Place” Is Featured On “Not Your Grandmother’s Classical Music”

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A Hopeful Place: A Song Cycle for Soprano & Chamber Orchestra, will be featured on WRUW’s classical music show, Not Your Grandmother’s Classical Music. Host Eric Charnofsky has personally chosen the recording for broadcast on Monday, September 12th from 2 to 4 pm EST.

For more info, go to http://www.wruw.org/program/not-your-grandmothers-classical-music.

To live stream, go to http://www.wruw.org/listen-live.


Dan Redfeld’s Song Cycle, A Hopeful Place, Makes Classical Music Discoveries’ Top 10

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Classical Music Discoveries, a classical music podcast, has reported that their broadcast of A Hopeful Place: A Song Cycle for Soprano & Chamber Orchestra has made their top 10 list for the most downloads for the month of August. The broadcast occurred on August 11th and has since received 134.6 million downloads! Congrats to soprano Kristi Holden, lyricist John Koladziej, executive producer Elizabeth Hedman, co-produer Michael Stern and the Hollywood Studio Symphony.

To hear the broadcast, go to http://khedgecock.podomatic.com/entry/2016-08-11T15_21_16-07_00

Opening of Andrew Lloyd Webber & Tim Rice’s musical Evita at the Thousand Oaks Civic Arts Plaza

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Andrew Lloyd Webber & Tim Rice’s mega-hit, Evita, will be presented by Cabrillo Music Theatre. Dates are Oct. 14, 15, 16, 20, 21, 22 & 23. Featuring a cast of 28, the musical will feature direction by Roger Castellano, choreography by Cheryl Baxter-Ratliff, music direction by Cassie Nickols and will be conducted by Dan Redfeld. This production also features the revised orchestrations by Andrew Lloyd Webber and David Cullen.