This week, the big internet corporations have joined in attempt to jeopardize the copyright laws and take away our rights to our intellectual property. Read this article, among others: http://copyrightalliance.org/content/anti-copyright_astroturf_gangs_fertilized_tech_cash_suddenly_sprout#.VU1ss5NLB74.
In this day and age, copyright has become almost passe. This is particularly alarming for those of us who create intellectual property. Here is an article that gives a good glimpse into what we all must consider before we post a photo, recording, or any other digital media on our social networks: http://illusionofmore.com/knowledge-dangerous-little/.
Ian Guthrie and Sarah Dunham have been officially scheduled to perform the Journey Through Cascadia on April 1st at Pepsico Recital Hall in Fort Worth, TX. It is highly recommended you attend if you are in the greater Dallas area.
It turns out, last minute, that TCU needed to change programs. So the Journey Through Cascadia will be performed April 1st, 3pm Central Time, at Pepsico Recital Hall.
I stumbled upon this article the other day. It is advertising the Northwest Symphony Orchestra’s performance of my piece all the back in February 2014, but neat to find nonetheless. Here is is: http://b-townblog.com/2014/01/17/northwest-symphony-orchestras-valentines-concert-will-have-latin-passion/.
The date and venue has been set for the entire “Journey Through Cascadia” premiere. It will be March 18th at 3pm at Pepsico Recital Hall, in Fort Worth, TX. Come and enjoy this latest masterpiece setting the poetry of beloved Americans like Edgar Allan Poe, Henry David Thoreau, Ralph Waldo Emerson, and others! Also, Ian… Continue reading “Journey Through Cascadia” performancescheduled; Scarbo video on YouTube
On April 24th, the Moore Philharmonic Orchestra in Aberdeen, NC (near Raleigh), will perform the first complete program of The Spunky Girl. Find more information here.
Ian Guthrie has recently received an opportunity to write a 20-25 composition for the New York Chamber Players. He has already planned to write the work, but he is currently searching for funds to help meet the production costs, which will amount to about $10,000. All donations are much appreciated, as well as suggestions of… Continue reading New York Chamber Players to premiere a work… but I cannot afford it alone