Oregon Renaissance Band and De Organographia
Saturday, May 6th, 2017, 4:00pm: Ensemble De Organographia (Gayle and Phil Neuman) ushers in the ‘gentle season’ with an astounding variety of renaissance music and instruments. Part of the Oregon Coast Chamber Music Society and Siletz Bay Festival concert series. Location: Eden Hall, 6675 Gleneden Beach Loop, Gleneden Beach, OR (just south of Lincoln City.) The Neumans, members of The Oregon Renaissance Band and The Trail Band, will perform music from the 16th and 17th centuries from England, France, Italy and Germany for voice, viola da braccio, viol, recorders, racketts, bagpipe, shawms, bassanelli, sackbutts, serpent, spinettino, bagpipes and more, many of which the performers made themselves. Come hear the colorful musical soundscape that would have been familiar to Michelangelo and Shakespeare. One performance: Saturday, May 6th, 2017 at 4:00pm. For tickets visit the Oregon Coast Chamber Music Society website. This is a fundraiser for the OCCMS.
ORB goes Hollywood!
Gayle and Phil Neuman recorded music on ancient instruments including kithara and kroupezon for the Paramount/MGM movie “Ben Hur,” which opened on August 19th in theaters. Stay for the credits!
Members of the Oregon Renaissance Band (Daphne Clifton, Lori Fitch, Gayle and Phil Neuman) appear in the recent movie “Buddymoon” directed by Alex Simmons, starring David Giuntolli (Grimm) and Flula Borg. The group appears somewhat unexpectedly in the ‘wilds’ of Mt. Hood playing 2 pieces by Anthony Holborne on recorders. It premiered in July of 2016. The film, which also stars Claire Coffee, Jeanne Syquia, and Brian T. Finney, is distributed by Orion, and is available on Itunes.