NEW WEBSITE COMING SOON
22nd December 2015
Thank you for your patience as we create an all-new online presence, scheduled to launch in February 2016.
As you visit this page, you are listening to “Where is my lady, o where is she gone?” from the opera Usher House, sung by tenor Christian Elsner, and excerpted from the PentaTone Classics recording. Learn more.
Gordon Getty: There Will Be Music
1st December 2015
In February 2016, Peter Rosen‘s film “Gordon Getty: There Will Be Music” receives its public premiere at Cinema Village in New York City. View the trailer. Learn more and purchase tickets here.
“Angel Heart” at Napa Valley Festival del Sole
26th July 2015
Festival del Sole presented its annual admission-free Community Concert on July 26, 2015 at Lincoln Theater, featuring Angel Heart, a music storybook with original music by award-winning composer Luna Pearl Woolf and original text by bestselling children’s author Cornelia Funke. A tender children’s story about a girl with a broken heart who meets a guardian angel, “Angel Heart” featured performances from cellist Matt Haimovitz, his all-cello ensemble Uccello, and celebrated vocalists Frederica von Stade and Lisa Delan, as well as the San Francisco Girls Chorus and Children’s Choir of St. Martin de Porres. Woolf’s original score is interwoven with familiar songs and lullabies by Gordon Getty, Jake Heggie, Engelbert Humperdinck, Irving Berlin, Lennon-McCartney, and more. Learn more.
His Moment In The Sun
11th November 2014
Lawrence A. Johnson interviews Gordon Getty for Chicago Classical Review on the occasion of the Illinois Philharmonic Orchestra’s performance of Getty’s “Overture to Plump Jack”.
Gordon Getty at 80: The Poetic Justice
9th March 2014
Jeff Kaliss takes a look at Gordon Getty’s life and music in San Francisco Classical Voice.
Go Behind The Scenes
1st January 2014
Digital press kits, produced by Peter Rosen Productions, take you inside select compositions:
Joan and the Bells
Poor Peter and Four Dickinson Songs
The White Election