Fermata Update | Joshua is back in the building!

Joshua is back in the building after quarantining after his trip to Florida! He shares how excited he is to be back and also gives us a peek at the progress of construction on the building next door.

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Fermata Update | Joshua: “If it’s Just Beethoven… Oh My Gosh”

Joshua talks about his collaboration with Noah Luna and Mighty Mike McGee on the Widespread Orchestra project and expresses his gratitude for being able to commission and work with living composers in this “Fermata” setting.

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Fermata Update | The Difference Between Inspiration and Motivation

Joshua talks about his time in quarantine and how the difference between inspiration and motivation helps him move forward creatively.

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Fermata Update | Joshua Asks: What is the most memorable Town Music moment you’ve had?

Joshua talks about our recent subscriber happy hour as well as some history about his involvement in Town Music throughout the years and wants to know what YOUR favorite Town Music moments are!

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Fermata Update | Joshua is back in Seattle (and in quarantine)

Joshua is back in Seattle! Fresh from his work with the Tallahassee Symphony, Joshua is now in quarantine after his plane trip. He talks about how he’ll attempt to collaborate while he’s hunkered down.

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Fermata Update | Staying on top of Fermata while in Florida

Joshua, in Florida for his collaboration with Talahhasse Symphony, talks about how he’s staying in touch with the Fermata Residency while he’s away.

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Fermata Update | Joshua Takes a Jog at Lake Eola (Tallahassee)

Now landed in Florida, Joshua takes a jog around Lake Eola and chats about his warm welcome to Tallahassee.

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Fermata | Widespread Orchestra: Raise Your Voice With Us for a Community Choir Performance

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Raise your voice with us in this most unique collaboration between Town Hall Seattle, composer Noah Luna, poet Mike McGee, and singers like you! A composition for chorus has been written, and singers will be “performing” together, along with cellist Joshua Roman, by recording their voices and sending to our production team to assemble and share with our community online. The idea comes from Mike McGee’s poem “Widespread Orchestra”, a poem about singing to yourself during quarantine and hoping that someone, somewhere is singing too, and perhaps your voices make harmony together even though you are apart.

We would love any interested singers to contribute their voice to this project (deadline is Monday 10/26) and singing along with one of the rehearsal tracks detailed below. The recording you take can be done on any format: recorded into your phone’s “voice memos” app, recorded with your phone’s video camera like a youtube video, you can call the composer and sing it into his voicemail – any and every willing voice is welcome with any recording format.

It will certainly be much easier if you can read music and have sung in choir before, but the tracks below have also been prepared in several configurations, and there are several tracks with just your voice type alone. So, even if you don’t read music super well, but can follow along with the words and sing along with the pitches provided, you can give it a try!

Fermata Update | Joshua’s at SEA-TAC airport, departing for a Tallahassee Symphony Collaboration

Joshua is traveling to Florida to work with the Tallahassee Symphony. He’ll be updating us through his travels until he returns to Town Hall in a few days. In this update, Joshua talks about mask compliance at SEA-TAC airport, why he’s glad Town Hall is not producing in-person concerts at this time, and why he’s thinking about his mom today!

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Fermata Backstage | Joshua Tests the Sound System for Multi-Track Recording

Joshua tests out the sound setup in preparation for some multi-track recording he’ll be doing.

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