We will premiere our “Who’s Who” Show Live on the Radio!
We are planning a performance with the NYU orchestra, we will keep you all posted when this is finalized
Tickets are going on sale this week!
“Who’s Who” is a rock show consisting of original violin arrangements of great songs by The Who, juxtaposed with hits from the Daisy Jopling Band. This concert is celebrating the release of the “Who’s Who” album on May 23rd2019, exactly 50 years after Tommy was released on May 23rd 1969. Fathers will have songs dedicated to them, as well as special gifts!
So exiting to be playing with Triology again after more than 10 years!
Dates coming soon!
Address: Venida Vasco de Quiroga, Av Antigua 3850, Mina Totolapa, 05109 Cuajimalpa, CDMX, Mexico
Yippee!! I am having so much fun recording all the demos for this album, what a blessing it is to play this incredible music. Get ready for the next British Invasion!
In this fabulous studio!
Thank you to Tea 4 2 Productions and all my PledgeMusic supporters for making this happen, I love you all!
I am so proud of my dear friend Shary Connella, who has written a game-changing book outlining a revolutionary solution to saving America’s Healthcare System. She will be signing copies of her book, and I will perform, as well as the superstar award-winning singer/songwriter and activist Chely Wright. What an amazing night it will be!
If you are interested in attending, please RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org
It will take place in the stunning Norwood Club in NYC: 241 West 14th St, NY, NY
This concert will be a tribute to our incredible flutist, composer, arranger and dear friend Brian Taylor who died on Sept 6th 2017.
Brian Delma Taylor, 65, died peacefully on September 6, 2017 at his loft in Peekskill, NY. A supremely-gifted multi-instrumentalist, conductor, composer, arranger and producer, he was the owner of SoundPainter Studios in Peekskill. A painter as well, he was a much-loved member of the Peekskill artist community.
Brian Taylor was born on February 22, 1952, in the back seat of a taxi during a blizzard, in Boise, Idaho. He was a graduate of MacArthur High School in San Antonio and the University of Texas in Austin. An award-winning flutist, he moved to New York to study with Julius Baker of the NY Philharmonic.
During a long NYC freelance career, Brian Taylor performed with symphony orchestras, on Broadway shows, on numerous studio recordings and with the Radio City Music Hall Christmas Spectacular.
He married keyboardist/composer Bettina Covo in 1981, and together they founded the acclaimed chamber music group, The Baroque Invention. They later formed the classical/jazz/rock fusion band, Chromatica, which performed all-original music and released an album, Alpha, in 1988. He and Ms. Covo separated in 2010 but remained close friends and musical collaborators. At the time of his death, they had just completed an album of original music for meditation.
Brian Taylor wrote music for the Big Apple Circus, Cirque Le Masque, Lincoln Center Outdoors, and many others. He specialized in full-service music production for both professional musicians and aspiring artists. Blessed with perfect pitch and prodigious talent, he transformed the merest wisps of clients' song ideas into full arrangements and beautifully-produced finished recordings. The advent of digital music production set him free, giving him the ability to self-produce complex rhythm tracks and fully-orchestrated compositions. He was always most at home in a recording studio.
In 2010 he moved to Peekskill and added a new career as a singer/actor, debuting as Daddy Warbucks in the musical Annie at the Paramount Theater. He subsequently acted in numerous local productions, while continuing to churn out music as both performer and composer/arranger. He released his self-produced solo album, SoundPainter Odyssey, in 2013. At the time of his death, he was working on an album of his orchestral compositions.
There will be a silent vigil for Brian Taylor on Saturday, September 16th during the hours of 2pm-7pm at the loft of Lana Yu, 802 South Street, Peekskill, NY. All are invited to sit with his ashes in sacred space and create art, messages, prayers and poems while listening to recordings of his music from the span of his career.
Brian Taylor was the father of two children from an early marriage. He was predeceased by his son Joshua. In addition to Ms. Covo, he is survived by his brother Mark Taylor, his daughter, Charissa Winham, his grandchildren Hayley Fishbeck, Peyton Fishbeck, Easton Fishbeck and Aria Clements, his cat Zoe, his beloved partner Emily, and many friends.
Obituary written by Brian's long-time friend, Margaret Steele
Seabird has invited me back to perform another wonderful, fun, intimate evening of music on Oct 27th 7:30pm - 9:30pm. We had such a fabulous time last Saturday!
It’s a lovely restaurant in the West Village: Seabird http://seabirdny.com/
361 6th Avenue (Corner of Washington Place), New York, NY 10014
Thank you again to David Hochberg for the connection, and to Elizabeth Green for inviting me.
I look forward to a fantastic evening!
Thanks to my wonderful friend David Hochberg, this Saturday September 29th 7:30 PM to 9:30 PM I am going to have fun performing at this lovely restaurant in the West Village: Seabird http://seabirdny.com/
361 6th Avenue (Corner of Washington Place), New York, NY 10014
Seabird has the most wonderful vibe, and is owned by a fabulous English woman Elizabeth Green.
I look forward to a wonderful evening!
We are so thrilled to be playing in Mexico again! Thank you to our incredible booking agent Carlo Bernal from Arte Cool
A quick video of our Tepic show
In La Paz, S.L.P. Thank you to our amazing booking agent Carlo Bernal at Arte Cool
Solo performance for the Federation of Indian Associations at the Indian Consulate in NYC, celebrating International Women’s Day
So honored to be performing at this amazing event and to be celebrating International Women's Day. Thank you to all my amazing Goddess friends!
We are very grateful for these sponsors:
Daisy Jopling with Michael Feigenbaum, Yay!!
Tickets: VIP: $30, General Admission: $20
Tel: 914 455 4272
THE WINERY AT SAINT GEORGE
1715 E MAIN ST / ROUTE 6
MOHEGAN LAKE NY 10547
Come and be part of making an extraordinary string program become a reality in Peekskill
Come and check out this totally wonderful venue - amazing food, cozy and beautifully decorated. We have some fun with the tree lighting!!
1715 E. Main Street | Mohegan Lake NY 10547 (914) 455-4272
Thank you to our amazing booking agency in Mexico Carlo Bernal at Arte Cool for this great concert!
I am so thrilled to be part of this incredible fundraiser for http://hourchildren.org
I'm so happy to be performing at this wonderful cafe again!! I adore this place, and the food is incredible - do come & eat lunch before the show. A dear friend of mine and fabulous musician from the UK Valerie Berry is coming over to NY for the weekend with some of her finest students - and they will be performing with us!
Check out the wonderful charity Gullotta House here: www.gullottahouse.org. Matthew Gullotta, you are an extraordinary human being.
So excited to be performing this beautiful concerto, and one of my own compositions "Country Hope" from my "Awakening" Album, at the Kupferberg Center for the Arts' beautiful Colden Auditorium in Flushing Queens, NY! Dean Fransen & I are collaborating with a top Chinese conductor (3rd from left) called Maestro Xue Yan Yao, and a 200 voice choir.
We are thrilled to announce that we will be performing our Awakening Show at Alice Tully Hall, Lincoln Center!
"Gimme Live" Presents Daisy Jopling
This is for everyone in the NY Adirondack area - then we will present it to National Public TV. It is created by our amazing documentary film maker Diana Frank, www.dianacfrank.com. Enjoy!
This is for everyone in the NY Adirondack area - later on this year we will present it to National Public TV. It is created by our amazing documentary film maker Diana Frank, www.dianacfrank.com. Enjoy!