This is an extremely unique project. It will be the first experience of its kind for a lot people.We are very happy for the opportunity to perform the world’s first 360° orchestra, and to be able to record it as well.
I will send it to my family. It’s valuable, so I want to send it to my mother, my siblings and all my friends.I want to send it to everyone for their birthday.
He was born in 1962. After becoming principal concert master of the Helsinki State Opera, he conducted many chamber orchestras in Finland.He held the same position with the Munich Philharmonic since 1992.He has appeared as soloist together with such eminent conductors as Sergiu Celibidache, Christian Thielemann, Lorin Maazel, Zubin Mehta and Valery Gergiev
This project will be a new way for people all over the world to celebrate birthdays through the unique medium of 360° video.
To all my friends and the people I love.
He graduated from the Berlin University of the Arts.He won prizes at the 2002 International Brahms Competition in Pörtschach and the 2004 International Rostal Competition in Berlin.In 2004 he became a member of the Staatskapelle Berlin orchestra. since 2006 he serves as a violist with the Munich Philharmonic.Beyond this, he is on the faculty at his alma mater, the Berlin University of the Arts.
Like I was sitting in the middle of the in the orchestra.
Actually it was my birthday a few days ago, so I would like to send it to myself next year. And of course to my friends and to my family.
Since May of 2010, he serves as second clarinetist in the Munich Philharmonic.His activity extends not only to music engagements with the Munich Philharmonic also with a variety of ensembles, such as the Scharoun Ensemble of the Berlin Philharmonic, the Ensemble Modern, the Bach Kollegium Munich.
This mashup between classical music and the happy birthday song is a great asset to previous generations.We were able to express a rich density in the high quality sound, the image and the arrangement that can be enjoyed time and again.
To all life in the world, from tiny insects to the whales in the sea.
I hope you feel the joy of music between musicians and the audience from this project.
She was born in Miyagi, Japan. She is a composer, arranger and music producer. She widely works on the soundtracks for many anime films, advertisements and movies, and moreover she composed music for artists. Especially in the field of anime music, she is strongly supported by numerous music freaks all over the world. She composed popular songs such as「Cowboy Bebop」,「Ghost in the Shell: Stand Alone Complex」and「Hana wa Saku」-“Flowers Will Bloom” the theme song for NHK The Great Eastern Japan Earthquake Relief Project, etc.
Just like in “A Song For You,” I have roamed to share this song with someone in the world, bumping up against opinions without compromising.If someone in the world comes across this, I want to wish them a “Happy Birthday!” from the bottom of my heart.
To all the people who I have ever met and will meet in the future.
I have heard that no culture has ever been confirmed to have no music.Music exists in us that live in this moment over eternities, times, cultures, borders and generations.Whether it be a rhythm, a melody or a harmony, our music is the very essence of ourselves, and we are connected by music.This is what I believe.
He was born in Frankfurt, Germany and moved to Japan in childhood. He studied computer science at University of California. After his return to Japan, he joined Tokyo Great Visual Inc.. After that he built a career as a Web programmer/designer in a foreign advertising agency and then he joined DENTSU Inc.. He worked in sales department for two years. And he transferred to creative department. After working as an art director for years, he transferred to Wieden+Kennedy in 2010. In 2012, he founded Thomas Inc..
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