Yana ReznikRussian-born classical pianist Yana Reznik has stunned the audiences across the globe with her passionate, captivating performances. Not only a pianist but an ambassador and entrepreneur, Ms. Reznik believes in presenting classical music to broader audiences by creating inspiring programming and breaking the boundaries between the performer and the listeners. Reznik joined Mojave Audio and Royer Labs at Universal Mastering West for an evening of live music.
Yana Reznik on Piano
Recorded by Dusty Wakeman and Pete Doell
Recording with two MA-300 Mojave Audio microphones and an SF-24V Royer ribbon microphone.
Yana Reznik playing Granados’ Allegro de Concierto
Yana Reznik playing Rachmaninoff Etude in g minor and Prelude in b flat major
Australian pianist Liam Viney is a soloist, collaborative artist and teacher. First prize-winner of the Lev Vlassenko Piano Competition, Liam has performed regularly in Australia, the U.S., Europe and Israel. Now based in Los Angeles, Liam is pursuing a multi-faceted musical career centered on performing a broad range of musical styles, with an emphasis on new music and ideas.
He has appeared as soloist with the Queensland Symphony Orchestra, the Hartford Symphony, the Queensland Conservatorium Symphony Orchestra, the Queensland Youth Orchestra, the New Century Players and the CalArts Chamber Orchestra in concertos ranging from those of Mozart and Beethoven, to Prokofiev and Ligeti.
He has given solo recitals and chamber music performances in concert series and festivals such as the Norfolk Chamber Music Festival, (where he premiered the chamber ensemble version Rautavaara’s Clarinet Concerto with Richard Stolzman), the Los Angeles Philharmonic’s “Green Umbrella” series, The Dartington International Summer School, (where he gave the British premiere of Matthew Hindson’s “Plastic Jubilation”), the “New Paths” festival of New York, Melbourne’s “Next Wave” festival, the Brisbane Festival, the “Keynote”, “Celebrations”, and “Kawai” series of Australia, and the “Tyalgum Festival”. He has also recorded solo radio programs for ABC FM radio’s “Young Australia” program and 4MBS radio station.
The Spinto Band was formed in 1996, spearheaded by Nick Krill, who was inspired to form the band when he came across some song lyrics written by his late grandfather, Roy Spinto.
Greetings from the Spinto Band
“We Spinto Band guys are tracking our next LP right now, and I thought you might like to know that we just did a vocal mic shootout and the MA-200 beat an expensive c-12 copy and another $3000 tube mic. Hats off to you guys!
We just did a vocal mic shootout and the MA-200 beat an expensive c-12 copy and another $3000 tube mic.
“Throughout the recording process on our album “Moonwink”, which we co-producer with Dave Trumfio and was mixed by Tchad Blake, we used a Mojave MA 200 microphone, and were impressed by the tone we were able to achieve. Many different instruments were beautifully captured by the MA 200, including drums, acoustic guitars and pianos.”