Composer Stacy Garrop was invited by the Ying Quartet's David Ying to lead a series of Hyperscore composing workshops for the 2011 Skaneateles Festival. The resulting works were performed by string quartets at the Festival. In an interview with us, Garrop shared some of her lessons learned from mentoring non-musicians to compose music using our … Continue reading Composer Stacy Garrop on teaching with Hyperscore
Several hundred school children in Toronto have been giving their Hyperscore programs a good workout, composing music about their city for composer Tod Machover's collaborative "A Toronto Symphony" project. Some of it may end up in the Machover's new orchestral work, to be premiered in March 2013 by the Toronto Symphony. Take a listen to some of the … Continue reading Musical offerings from Toronto kids
As we reported previously, Hyperscore is being used by hundreds of school children in Toronto this fall to compose music for Tod Machover's "A Toronto Symphony" project. How has it worked in practice? We found out last Friday when Tod met with around 300 kids gathered with their teachers on the campus of Toronto's College … Continue reading “Amazing accomplishment”
Give the gift of musical expression this holiday season by giving Hyperscore. The software is suitable for anyone between the ages of 5 and 105. Hyperscore's innovative graphical annotation system puts music composing powers into the hands of anyone who can manipulate a mouse. Here's how to purchase Hyperscore as a gift: Purchase Hyperscore online.(Available … Continue reading Hyperscore for the holidays
It's Hyperscore meets Hollywood in a new documentary film, Music is My Voice, about Dan Ellsey, a young man with cerebral palsy whose life was transformed when he learned to compose music using the software. Dan was featured in this TED Talk by Tod Machover, in which he performs a song he composed before a live audience. The new film, directed by … Continue reading Hyperscore has role in new film!
We were Googling around for some images of Hyperscore and unearthed this five-year-old blog from Harmonyline Music, back in the early days of the company. It's fun to read and there are some wonderful nuggets! Read the original Hyperscore Blog.
Enjoy this video of a concert of Hyperscore original music performed at the Armenian Opera Theater in February of this year. The music was composed by children in Armenia and America and performed by the Armenian Philharmonic Orchestra and DOGMA, one of the country’s most popular rock bands. The event was co-sponsored by the LUYS Education Foundation and … Continue reading A to A: The World in Harmony (Video)
We just spotted this blog post by the Armenian rock band DOGMA, about their collaboration with children in Armenia and America that resulted in the creation of four new songs, written using Hyperscore. It's interesting to see the process from the point of view of professional musicians who were asked to stretch their own boundaries. … Continue reading When a “DREAM” comes true
Hundreds of school kids in Toronto will have a chance to get their hands on Hyperscore and contribute to creating a new work for the Toronto Symphony Orchestra. The project is the brainchild of composer Tod Machover, who was commissioned by the orchestra to write a new piece to be premiered at the New Creations … Continue reading Hyperscore in Toronto Schools
We recently received audio recordings of several compositions by participants in the Hyperscore II project for the famed Skaneateles Music Festival. In April and May of 2011, composer Stacy Garrop visited schools in upstate New York, teaching students what it takes to compose music. Stacy helped kids of all ages to discover the music within; participants … Continue reading Music from Skaneateles