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Sharon's piece for Chamber Orchestra, "Translucent Rocks", which was originally commissioned and premiered by The Israeli Chamber Orchestra, have had its US premier on 5/27 at The Million Dollar Theater in Los Angeles. Other works presented at the concert featured composers Ali Helnwein, Gernot
Sharon's moving piece for women's choir and chamber ensemble, "My Beloved", has been chosen to be performed at the American Choral Directors Association Convention. Conductor Janet Galvan premiered the piece in April and performed it again at the convention, with a 60 piece women's choir. The piece,
A concert featuring music of Sharon Farber On June 7th, 2009, Sharon's music was featured at a World Humanitarian Concert entitled "Kindred Spirits", to benefit the "Helfer International", an organization committed to sustainable solutions to end hunger and poverty. The concert featured 2 pieces by
On Thursday, 4/16/09, Oboist Tom Boyd and Pianist Marcelo Cesena presented an evening of film music arranged for a small chamber ensemble. They featured 3 pieces by Sharon arranged for Oboe, Piano, Cello and D. Bass. Other performers included Garik Terzian (cello), Waldir Bertipaglia (D. Bass) Amy T
On 10.14.08, the soundtrack of "When Nietzsche Wept" – music composed by Sharon, was released by moviescoremedia. The album is available on ITUNES and AMAZON. MovieScore Media president, Mikael Carlsson, wrote: "Some scores are worth fighting for - for more than a year we have been working on acquir
The Daniel On July 23rd, 2007, Sharon was one of a few industry professionals to judge at the Turner Classics Young Film Composers Competition. The judges included composers Hans Zimmer and Hummy Mann, as well as representative from WB, Turner Classics and BMI.
This April, Film Music Magazine, features Sharon Farber, and she is the first female composer to grace its cover. The article focuses on her recently completed score for the feature film "WHEN NIETZSCHE WEPT" for Millennium Films (starring Armand Assante) based on Irvin Yalom's bestseller book. Her
On June 13th, Director Gloria Greenfield presented the Los Angeles premier of the film UNMASKED- JUDEOPHOBIA, scored by Sharon. The film deals with the roots of anti-Semitism in the Christian and Islamic worlds and its effect on humanity. The moving and at times terrifying score accompanies the film
On Friday, August 28th, Soprano Carol Stephenson presented an emotional evening entitled Music and Remembrance. Carol performed Sharon's poignant song cycle, set to poems by Holocaust survivor poet Jacob Barzilai. The beautiful performance took place at Mt. San Antonio College in Walnut and featured
Sharon has recently completed a new CD for APM/SONOTON music library. The commissioned CD includes 12 new tracks by Sharon, ranging from Drama, to suspense/ horror, to romantic music. In addition, Sharon has also composed a few pieces with Middle Eastern influences, which featured the beautiful soun
Roger Dean Music publishing has selected Sharon's A Cappella work, "Mothers' Lament" for publication. This moving piece, written in memory of Daniel Pearl, was first premiered by The Los Angeles Master Chorale under Maestro Grant Gershon and is now available for purchase. www.lorenz.com
Sharon's latest orchestral soundtrack for the Millennium film, "When Nietzsche Wept", starring Armand Assante and Ben Cross, will be released on October 14th, 2008 by MovieScore Media (http://moviescoremedia.com/when-nietzsche-wept-sharon-farber/). The focus of this periodic film is Viennese docto
On July 25th, 2007, Sharon was featured at a panel discussion at the Film Music Expo. The panel, titled, THE ART AND CRAFT OF COMPOSING FOR INDIE FILMS, focused on the special creative demands of scoring indie films, including budgetary limitations, changing schedules, short deadlines, and effective
Sharon's song cycle for Soprano and chamber ensemble (Piano, clarinet, violin and cello) was premiered on May 17th by The Center For Jewish Culture and Creativity's SYNERGY Ensemble. The three movements piece, set to three poems by holocaust survivor poet Jacob Barzilai, was well received by the ent
Sharon's acclaimed concert piece for Choir, Chamber Orchestra and Ethnic instruments, "ASHKINA", (featuring the renowned musician Omar Faruk Tekbilek), will be preformed in Boston March ‘07 with the prestigious MUSICA SACRA choir. For a preview of the piece from its New York premier.
Sharon's acclaimed piece, Translucent Rock, has been chosen to be performed by the Culver City Symphony Orchestra. The piece, commissioned by The Israeli Chamber Orchestra is originally written for chamber orchestra and was re- orchestrated for a full symphony orchestra by Sharon for the concert, wh
Sharon has been commissioned by Composer and Music Director of the Laguna Beach Music Festival, Paul Chihara, to compose a new trio for the Festival. Director Greg Macgillivary has created a 15 minutes film that will be scored by 3 different composers and shown on three different concerts at the
The Daniel Pearl Foundation has chosen to include the A Cappella piece written in memory of Daniel on the Daniel Pearl Music Days website. Listen to the recording of "The Third Mother/Mothers' Lament", performed by The Los Angeles Master Chorale, Grant Gershon, conductor. "A Mother's Lament / The Th
Sharon's piece for Women's Choir and Chamber Ensemble will be premiered on 4/26/09 at the Ford Hall in the Whalen Center for Music on the Ithaca College Campus. The Ithaca College Women's Chorale with Janet Galván, conductor, who received the piece from Roger Dean publishing, (who will be publishing
Sharon has recently become the composer in residence for the 2009 sixth ANNUAL BEVERLY HILLS INTERNATIONAL MUSIC FESIVAL. The festival will take place August 7-17, 2009 at The Beverly Hills Presbyterian Church, 505 North Rodeo Drive, Beverly Hills, CA 90210. The festival will also include a series o
Sharon has recently returned from Israel, where her commissioned concert piece, TRANSLUCENT ROCKS, was premiered to rave reviews, with repeated performances. The piece, which was commissioned by The Israeli Chamber Orchestra and conducted by Maestro Gil Shochat, opened up the 2007-8 Season and was p