Media

Photos from Shopping Night at Ten Thousand Villages – Summer 2016

Photos from Images, Dreams, & Impressions at St. Cyril’s.

Houston Public Media “Skyline Sessions” Variations on “I Feel for You” written by Prince for Chaka Khan.

Our founder’s original variations on “I Feel For You”, in a tribute to the late Prince!

Houston Public Media “Skyline Sessions” aired on PBS ,TV Channel 8, April 15th, 8:30 PM

Here our founder Adam Vincent Clay perform Debussy’s Des Pas sur la Neige on Houston Public Media’s Skyline sessions below!

WATCH the full Skyline Sessions episode with Calliope Quartet, Eado Lyric Theater, & WindSync!

Interview with Mitch Cohen, for The Leader news.

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Classical 91. 7 “Skyline” Interview for “Images, Dreams, & Impressions”

We explore music of France in “Images, Dreams, & Impressions”, the fifth concert of our World Journeys season.

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LISTEN

Highlight from Transformation Trilogy III: “Surpassing with Schnittke”

Alfred Schnittke’s Cello Sonata No. 1 – Melisa Rose (cello), Adam Vincent Clay (piano)

Houston Public Media interview & performance for Transformation Trilogy III: “Surpassing with Schnittke”


 

KUHA Preview of Transformation Trilogy II: “Surviving with Shostakovich”:

KUHA - Shostakovich Hear an interview of the performers on Houston’s KUHA (91.7 FM).


Photos from Transformation Trilogy: Beginning with Beethoven


 Videos

A little night music with Adam Clay on a rolling piano at Canyon Lakes:

A parade performance of Terry Riley’s “In C” performed by a rolling ensemble including art canvas. See our short clip of our amazing show:


Radio Interview of the Houston New Arts Movement on Transformation Trilogy (2013):

Performers from the Houston New Arts Movement are interviewed on The Front Row on Houston's KUHA.

Performers from the Houston New Arts Movement are interviewed on The Front Row on Houston’s KUHA.

Hear an interview with the performers on Houston’s KUHA (91.7 FM) or download the interview.


 

Radio Interview of the Houston New Arts Movement on Lost Voices (2009):

Adam V. Clay is joined in the Geary Performance Studio by cellist Dan Tobin as they treat us to a mini-performance of pieces from their program, Lost Voices: Passion and Perseverance, which explores recovered works by repressed Russian Composers of the 20th Century.

Adam V. Clay is joined in the Geary Performance Studio by cellist Dan Tobin as they treat us to a mini-performance of pieces from their program, Lost Voices: Passion and Perseverance, which explores recovered works by repressed Russian Composers of the 20th Century.

Hear an interview with the Houston New Arts Movement on Houston’s KUHF on The Front Row or
download the interview.