Tuesday, October 16, 2018

My newest promo for the Brockton Symphony

When I'm not recording audiobooks I produce radio commercials for the Brockton Symphony Orchestra. (I'm their emcee and "Voice of the Symphony.") This Sunday is our next concert.

You can hear it by clicking here.

Here's the text of the spot:

The Brockton Symphony Orchestra launches their 71st Season, A Cornucopia of Symphonic Treasures, with Autumn Harvest: The Horn of Plenty, at 3:00 PM on Sunday, October 21st at the Christ Congregational Church.

You’ll be stirred by Copland’s Fanfare for the Common Man, and Arutiunian’s fiery Trumpet Concerto, featuring our 2017 Youth Concerto Competition co-winner, Huanyi Yang. Relax to Enjoy Gounod’s elegant Ballet Music from his opera, Faust. Prepare for the range of emotions in Dvořák’s dramatic masterpiece, Symphony No. 7, with its mournful sense of tragedy, and warm-hearted lyrical themes.

Adult tickets purchased at the door are $25.00, seniors and students $20.00, children 18 and under, free. Save $5.00 and order in advance at Brockton Symphony.org or by calling 508-588-3841. That’s 3:00 PM, Sunday, October 21st at the Christ Congregational Church, 1350 Pleasant Street in Brockton. The Brockton Symphony Orchestra – A Greater Brockton Treasure! Sponsored by Harbor One Bank.

Monday, October 1, 2018

Publisher Praise for my Narration and Production

When you submit your work to a publisher like Melissa at Find Your Way Publishing, and they say

“You've gone above and beyond and we hope to work with you again in the future. Thanks again, and again. Your professionalism, expertise, and attention to detail is extremely impressive, and we are very grateful to you.”

Well, you just smile – and thank your coaches. So thanks to Sean Allen Pratt and Johnny Heller and all of the colleagues who make me better by sharing their experience and expertise.