Today the-further invites you into a magnificent and poetic musical moment, into a journey you will never forget and titled “Yes…It’s Still a Thing!” by Duo Sequenza, our revelation of the week.
This breathtaking artwork places both artists among the best musicians of 2022 and beyond. “Yes…It’s Still a Thing!” brings the audience into a mesmerizing musical moment, where a classical signature blends with a modern and timeless twist.
From “John Doe’s Running,” the arrangement and solos are intense, from the flute to the guitar, and it delivers a strong dose of emotion and imagination. It reminds us how it feels to listen to pure music.
Sadness and hope, smiles and tears, power and sensibility, this is what offers the incredible “Yes…It’s Still a Thing!”. More than music, Duo Sequenza tell us stories, their story, our story, and invite the audience into a whole artistic experience. Press play, you won’t forget:
Duo Sequenza in details:
Duo Sequenza’s passion is to build new audiences for today’s classical music and promote the work of living composers. The duo has toured extensively, premiering American new music throughout the U.S., Asia, and Europe. Lauded as “… brilliant, gossamer, and completely engaging…a delight to hear…” by Arts Indiana Magazine, they have been honored with invitational performances at the 21st Century Guitar Conference, Flute New Music Consortium Festival, Mid-Atlantic Flute Festival, National Flute Association Convention, and others. Award-winning adjunct projects, composer collaborations, and residencies augment their impact on today’s classical music, as have the more than 20 new works written for them.
Duo Sequenza is comprised of flutist Debra Silvert, “truly a gem of a flutist” (LaPorte Herald-Argus)acclaimed for her “full and sunny golden tone” (New Buffalo Times), and Paul Bowman, “among the best guitarists in the world” (Rheinische Post, Düsseldorf, Germany) and 1st Prize Winner at the VIth International Competition for Classical Guitar in San Juan, Puerto Rico.