Music Videos

A full length music video can be released on DVD, Blu-ray or via the internet and can be produced from live performance, from recording sessions, or from a combination of the two.

While the video is filmed on multiple HD cameras, the audio can be either in stereo PCM format, giving quality equal to a conventional CD, or in 5.1 surround giving a more immersive aural experience.

Choice of recording venue becomes even more important for video production – not only must it work acoustically for the audio recording but it must also be aesthetically pleasing so that when lit it produces a perfect backdrop for the performers.

Full length DVDs and Blu-rays can also include a sophisticated menu structure to allow immediate access to specific tracks, and additional material such as interviews and behind the scenes footage.

Please contract us for more information – in the meantime here are some extracts from full length music DVDs we have made:

Clélia Iruzun – in recital at Menuhin Hall
A full length studio recital DVD by the Brazilian born pianist Clélia Iruzun

In this extract Clélia Iruzun performs Liszt’s 1849 arrangement of Schumann’s song Widmung

Europe Day Concert
European Union Youth Orchestra with members of the European Opera School, conducted by Laurent Pilot

This concert at St. John’s Smith Square is held annually on the 9th May to mark Europe Day and  includes repertoire related to the country holding the presidency of the EU – this year, Ireland.  The concert was recorded for CD and DVD release and was used for promotion by the EUYO and EOS as well as by  the European Commission in London.

This extract, Die Letze Rose from Flotow’s opera Martha, is performed by Martin Piskorski (tenor) and Elsa Benoit (soprano)

Kit & The Widow – Live at Cadogan Hall
A specially staged live performance to produce this acclaimed cabaret duo’s first DVD

This “highlights” trailer was edited from extracts from the finished DVD

When The Flame Dies – an opera in one act by Ed Hughes
Libretto by Roger Morris, projections by William Reynolds
New Music Players, conducted by Carlos del Cueto
Filmed live at the Canterbury Festival in association with Sounds New

Released as a stereo audio CD and video DVD with 5.1 surround audio in both PAL and NTSC formats by Métier MSV77203
This extract shows the mixture of live film and projected images used to create a unique audio visual experience.