We've just wrapped up our concert here in Greenwich, Connecticut and are heading back to our hotel through a light rain. The delicate drops against our windshield remind us of the amazing video Stephen Malinowski created to accompany our rendition of Vivaldi's Sento in seno.
Stephen's an old friend who created something similar for our Cat’s Fugue that we adore to this day. We love the way he's able to visually represent music notation, deliberately highlighting musical or narrative aspects of the score. ::cough, cough, GENIUS::
Check out his latest work—a melodic rain of tears against a harmonic pane of stained glass. We can’t imagine a more beautiful or meaningful way to visually represent Sento in seno. Bravo, Stephen!