Glass Armonica News: 'Serene Universe' is in the news!
Portugal has a TV channel called RTP1 — essentially their BBC, and one of the most watched channels in the country. On their Sunday morning program "Bom dia Portugal" ("Good morning Portugal") on October 20, the host Miguel Gonçalves gave a glowing 3-minute review of Serene Universe — a DVD for which I did the film score. Miguel Gonçalves is also the National Coordinator of the Planetary Society for Portugal
Serene Universe is a DVD consisting of magnificent high definition photos from space, starting with Earth and making you to the edges of the Universe. William composed the orchestral soundtrack that accompanies these extraordinary images.
You can see the RTP1 review on YouTube (Portuguese with English subtitles):
Serene Universe is also being screened at the Science Exchange as part of the 2014 Adelaide Fringe festival, one of the largest arts festivals in Australia. Every year they program a series of performances and films to engage people in science, and next spring Serene Universe will screened three times. Their website is www.adelaidefringe.com.au, although nothing about Serene Universe is on their website as of this blog.
More about Serene Universe itself, and how to get the DVD and/or Video on Demand version, can be found here: http://www.SereneUniverse.com
And Serene Universe has its own Facebook page.