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The below feed contains all subscriber exclusive content from Joshua Roman’s Town Music Fermata Residency. Use the passcode we emailed you to access each video, or email patronservices@townhallseattle.org if you’ve lost the passcode or are having issues accessing the content.

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The latest subscriber exclusives from Joshua’s Residency.

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12/11/2020
In this subscriber-only video Joshua performs (both cello and voice) and intimate rendition of Hallelujah.
12/09/2020
From “Quartet for the End of Time” to pieces written this year in response to the pandemic, and stops in between, four local chamber musicians and Joshua himself consider the feeling of time being stretched or displaced, an occurrence that is all too familiar these days. Join us for an affecting evening of chamber music from phenomenal local musicians that will leave a lasting impact. Watch the teaser below and click here for more info and tickets.
12/02/2020
In this experimental interview, Joshua talks with long-time Town Music collaborator Aaron Grad. They use musical improvisation to deepen connection and inspire openness, and discuss what it means to 'be present' and how difficult it is to accept help from others. Note: This interview was filmed before the current gathering restrictions were in place in WA state. Use your subscriber password to access! (Email patronservices@townhallseattle.org for support or questions). Not a subscriber yet? Purchase now for access to this and more exclusive content.
10/19/2020
Joshua has composed a new Cello Quartet and used the grand acoustics of the Great Hall to perform all four parts himself. Layering the tracks together reveals the full breadth of the new piece, "Offshoot".

In the digital short below (available only to subscribers until 10/26) Joshua talks about how his composition process has evolved since becoming Town Music Artistic Director in 2012. He explores how, sometimes, mistakes or frustration can lead to moments of inspiration and motivation and how being a performer and being a composer stretch different creative muscles.

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10/08/2020
Joshua recorded multiple tracks on his cello in The Great Hall (see the backstage footage here) and stitched them together into this composition. This multi-track test is in preparation for other collaborative, multi-track work with Fermata collaborators.

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