Framing Musical Performances for Social Media

During the course of this year we are encouraging students to ‘frame’ their musical performances in various ways – in ways in which they feel fits the music they perform. This includes actually being responsible for not only the set design – but also the video recording and editing – not to mention the playing. Here are a few examples of some of the very early work that is taking place – I will update future developments later. This is based on a belief that in the current market place – young people entering the industry need to not only get the content loaded on to social media sites such as you tube – but also to ensure that the content is not only performed well – but also looks good visually. The emphasis on this is NO Miming – so it all needs to be played live.

Amy Cross

Kyle Kimble

Ivelin Mateev

 

Dominic Green

Svetoslav Chemishev

Laura Jayne

About Paul Carr

Academic working at the University of Glamorgan
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