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  • Dream With Me Concert

    Jackie Evancho

    Year: 2015

    Runtime: 1 hr 7 min

    Jackie Evancho's Dream With Me In Concert is the perfect video companion to her chart-topping album, Dream With Me, which was produced by the legendary David Foster. David Foster has worked with the biggest names in music, including Beyoncé, Prince, Josh Groban and Celine Dion, but he admits that Jackie's talent astonished him. "Her natural ability and the depth of her understanding of the musical process left me speechless," he says. Foster has mentored Jackie and appears on Dream With Me In Concert as the show's host.

    The concert was recorded inside and on the grounds of the John and Mable Ringling Museum of Art in Sarasota, Florida, which includes the stunning mansion Ca' d'Zan, known as the last of the Gilded Age mansions built in America. Ringling was the impresario behind the iconic Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey circus. "This is a big, beautiful place," said Jackie after she toured the grounds. "My favorite part is the Peter Paul Rubens [art] gallery," where she performed the haunting song "Dark Waltz" accompanied only by Foster on piano and Conrad Tao on violin - and surrounded by four of Rubens' largest, and most striking, canvases.

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  • Awakening

    Jackie Evancho

    Year: 2015

    Runtime: 1 hr 14 min

    Awakening, Live in Concert is a new concert film from angelic Jackie Evancho featuring songs from her latest CD, Awakening. With music drawn from the best-known pieces from the classical canon, Broadway, uplifting sacred music and pop songs, Jackie s astoundingly beautiful voice soars at the magnificent Longwood Gardens Open Air Theatre. Longwood Gardens is over 1,000 acres of gardens, woodlands and meadows in Pennsylvania s Brandywine Creek Valley, Jackie s home state. In addition to her on-stage performance, Jackie performs at various stunning locations throughout the Garden such as the Chimes Tower and the spectacular Main Fountain.

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  • The Highest Level (2013)

    Lang Lang

    Year: 2013

    Runtime: 1 hr 3 min

    Live performance of Prokofiev's 'Piano Concerto no. 3 in C major, op. 26' by pianist Lang Lang and the Berliner Philharmoniker orchestra.

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  • Live at Loreley

    Placido Domingo

    Year: 2013

    Runtime: 45 min

    Placido Domingo performing on the spectacular stage near the famous Loreley rock! He is joined by the two sopranos Angel Blue, who has been described by Placido as ‘the next Leontyne Price’, and Micaëla Oeste, who was a member of the ‘Domingo-Cafritz Young Artist’ program with Washington National Opera, where she triumphed after stepping in mid-performance as Ophelie in Hamlet.

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  • Live Sometime Last Night at the Greek Theater

    R5

    Year: 2016

    Runtime: 1 hr 20 min

    The concert film features over 80 minutes of live music, exclusive interviews with the band and a 48-page photo booklet with live & backstage pictures from their 30 plus summer Sometime Last Night headlining tour. Live performances include high-energy tracks from R5’s debut album Louder such as “Forget About You," “Loud” and “Ain’t No Way We’re Going Home,” groove-heavy, guitar-driven tracks from their latest release Sometime Last Night include “All Night,” “Dark Side” and “Did You Have Your Fun” and fan favorites such as “Cali Girls,” “ Smile” and “ F.E.E.L G.O.O.D.”

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  • The Goat Rodeo Sessions Live

    Yo Yo Ma

    Year: 2015

    Runtime: 56 min

    The Goat Rodeo Sessions Live brings cellist Yo-Yo Ma, fiddler Stuart Duncan, bassist Edgar Meyer and mandolinist Chris Thile together for a one-night only concert filmed at the House Of Blues in Boston, MA.

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  • Zubin Mehta & Wiener Philharmoniker: Neujahrskonzert - New Year's Concert 2015

    Zubin Mehta

    Year: 2014

    Runtime: 2 hr 30 min

    This classical concert captures Zubin Mehta leading the Vienna Philharmonic through a number of selections from Johann Strauss, Johann Strauss II, Josef Srauss, and Eduard Strauss.

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  • Summer Night Concert 2015

    Wiener Philharmoniker

    Year: 2013

    Runtime: 1 hr 33 min

    The Vienna Philharmonic performed its annual Summer Night Concert Schönbrunn, an open-air concert with free admission, in the unique ambience of the gardens of Schönbrunn Palace on Thursday, May 14, 2015. Zubin Mehta conducted the Summer Night Concert with Rudolf Buchbinder as soloist.
    This year's concert, which also represented the opening concert of the Vienna Festival, was attended by 100,000 visitors.
    With this open-air concert in Schönbrunn, the Vienna Philharmonic wishes to provide all Viennese, as well as visitors to the city, with a special musical experience in the impressive setting of Schönbrunn Palace and its beautiful baroque gardens, a UNESCO World Cultural Heritage Site.

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  • Live in Bonnaroo 2014

    Amos Lee

    Year: 2017

    Runtime: 1 hr 22 min

    Lee's "folksy, bluesy sound" has been compared to that of John Prine and Norah Jones. His music is said to utilize the "supple funk of his vocals and arid strum of his guitar" while recalling "the low-volume, early-'70s acoustic soul of stars like Bill Withers and Minnie Ripperton". In this Bonnaroo live performance Amos brings up all his major hits and surprises for the fans

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  • New Year's Concert 2013

    Franz Welser

    Year: 2013

    Runtime: 2 hr 39 min

    Since 1939, The Vienna Philharmonic's New Year's Concert has become a tradition and the world's most famous classical music event. For the second time in three years,celebrated conductor Franz Welser-Most returns to the podium for this extraordinary event. Welser-Most is the music director of The Cleveland Orchestra,General Music Director of the Vienna State Opera and has been nominated for two Grammy Awards.

    The Vienna New Year's Concert is unique and has often been imitated, but not equaled, with a live broadcast on television in over 70 countries around the world with over 40 million viewers

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  • Band in Seattle: Live Debut - Concert 229 A

    Hearts are Thugs

    Year: 2016

    Runtime: 39 min

    Hearts are Thugs have created their own style of rock pop and are going to get funky on Band in Seattle today. Hearts are Thugs was formed in June of 2013 by two brothers, Greg and Brad Collinsworth then they added the ever so talented actress/ songwriter Erin Bednarz. Since that day they have been giving Seattle a sound that makes you feel as though your truly in the 80’s. Let this trio of artists get you moving so you can stomp them feet to the beat.

    Hearts are Thugs are a loud pop rock band that will make sure you remember them many hours after they walk off stage. The lyrics and energy that comes from lead vocalist Erin Bednarz is energizing. While rocking out to “Gravity” you start to sense this haunting pleasure throughout your body making you want to move while they deliver this live performance. So be prepared to watch this Seattle born rock band on Band in Seattle here at Victory Studios.

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  • Music Of The Movies

    Jackie Evancho

    Year: 2017

    Runtime: 1 hr 3 min

    Recorded at Los Angeles' Orpehum Theatre, Jackie Evancho's Music of the Movies features the 12-year-old classical crossover prodigy performing such evergreens as "Pure Imagination," "My Heart Will Go On," "Can You Feel the Love Tonight" and more.

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  • The Silk Road Ensemble with Yo-Yo Ma: Live From Tanglewood

    The Silk Road Ensemble

    Year: 2012

    Runtime: 1 hr 40 min

    Live from Tanglewood, directed by award-winning documentary filmmaker Morgan Neville, features an exhilarating Silk Road Ensemble concert performance filmed at the 2012 Tanglewood festival. This concert celebrates fifteen years of the Silk Road Ensemble, Yo-Yo Ma’s limitless collective whose collaborative vision is to connect the world’s neighborhoods by bringing together artists and audiences. From flashy surf guitar sounds to ninth century Chinese poetry, from modular playlists to Egyptian rhythms, the Silk Road Ensemble mixes the modern and the traditional, breaking boundaries of ethnicity and era.

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  • Live At Budokan

    Butch Walker

    Year: 2005

    Runtime: 2 hr 1 min

    In this two-concert experience singer-songwriter Butch Walker performs live in Tokyo and Atlanta. The live concert includes also artist's homemade behind-the-scenes video shorts. Walker delivers some of his most beloved tracks as "Radio Tokyo," "Mixtape," "Last Flight Out," "Best Thing You Never Had." "Race Cars and Goth Rock," "Cigarrette Lighter Love Song" and many more.

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  • They Came to Play

    Various Artists

    Year: 2008

    Runtime: 1 hr 31 min

    Chronicles the Fifth International Piano Competition for Outstanding Amateurs, hosted by The Van Cliburn Foundation. Players from all over the world, ranging from self-taught to classically-trained, aged thirty-five to almost eighty, convene in Fort Worth, Texas for a week of intense competition, music and camaraderie. The film provides an intimate look into the lives of these colorful, multi-faceted competitors as they strive to balance the demands of work and family with their love of music. Years of dedicated preparation culminate in critical performances before a professional jury and discerning audience during three nerve-wracking elimination rounds.

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  • Band in Seattle: Concert 216

    Fysah

    Year: 2015

    Runtime: 23 min

    Self-described as the black baby of Amy Winehouse and Adele, Fysah’s voice is a delicate combination of soul, pop, and indie rock. Backed by a keyboardist raised in the gospel sounds of the church and a bassist steeped in funk and RNB, the final sound created is rich in emotion and personality.

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  • Live at the Royal Albert Hall

    Lang Lang

    Year: 2012

    Runtime: 2 hr 3 min

    In November 2013, Lang Lang returned to London's legendary Royal Albert Hall for two recitals - finishing a celebrated Mozart and Chopin programme with no fewer than 8 encores. This film captures the complete recital.

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  • Everything is Forever

    Nenad Bach

    Year: 2016

    Runtime: 1 hr 26 min

    Nenad Bach was a rock star in Croatia, in 1984 he made the decision to expatriate in order to follow his dream of finding a U.S. market for his music. Everything is Forever, delves deep into the soul of an artist, who has some unfinished business.

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  • Live at Soundstage

    Jack's Mannequin

    Year: 2006

    Runtime: 45 min

    Andrew McMahon and Jack's Mannequin perform live in Chicago. Their set includes fan favorites such as "Dark Blue," "Spinning" and "Bruised."

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  • Si Ce Soir

    Patrick Bruel

    Year: 2017

    Runtime: 1 hr 59 min

    Actor and singer Patrick Bruel was one of France's biggest stars during the '90s, first making his name as a teen idol and leading a return to traditional French chanson in the new millennium. Bruel was born Patrick Benguigui in Tlemcen, Algeria, on May 14, 1959. His father abandoned the family when Patrick was only a year old, and in 1962, after Algeria won its independence, his mother moved to France, settling in the Paris suburb of Argenteuil. A fine soccer player in his youth, Patrick first settled on the idea of being a singer after seeing Michel Sardou perform in 1975. As luck would have it, acting would bring him his first success; first-time director Alexandre Arcady ran an ad seeking a young man with a French-Algerian (or "pied-noir" in French slang) accent for his film Le Coup de Sirocco. Benguigui (as he was still called) responded and won the part. The following year, he spent some time in New York City, where he met Gérard Presgurvic, later to become his primary songwriter.

    Returning to Paris, Bruel appeared in several films, television shows, and plays, and cut his first single, "Vide," in 1982. It failed to attract much attention, but his next effort, "Marre Cette Nana-là" ("Enough of That Chick"), was a substantial hit in 1984. A follow-up, "Comment Ça Va Pour Vous" ("How's It Going for You"), also found success in 1985. Bruel released his debut album, De Face, in 1986, but it failed to live up to expectations and didn't sell particularly well. After several more film appearances and a live recording made at the Olympia, Bruel recorded a second studio album, Alors Regarde, in 1989. Paced by the smash hit "Casser la Voix" ("To Break the Voice"), the album made Bruel a superstar in Europe and Canada, and would eventually go on to sell over three million copies. Bruel embarked on a sold-out tour; throngs of screaming teenage girls packed his concerts, leading the French media to dub the phenomenon "Bruelmania" (though some critics harbored reservations about his musical talent). A second live album, Si Ce Soir, was culled from the tour.

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  • Deadmeat: Live at Roseland Ballroom

    Steve Aoki

    Year: 2011

    Runtime: 58 min

    Aoki has become a force of nature who has helped turn underground house, electro and harder-edged EDM with rap and rock leanings into the phenomena it is today: regularly pulling in 150,000 + fans at events such as Las Vegas’ Electric Daisy Carnival and the IDentity national electronic touring festival. This concert takes you front and center to Aoki’s New York stop on his electrifying Deadmeat Tour. The Deadmeat tour included 88 dates and was one of the most successful, highest grossing tours.

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  • Band In Seattle Concert 213 A

    Tbasa

    Year: 2015

    Runtime: 37 min

    TBASA’s unique name comes from simplifying his real name: Tim Basaraba. And it fits the unique style that earned him the description of “Idaho weird” before Napoleon Dynamite. Tim releases one album a year and finds expression through a tight combination of DJ, songwriter and vocalist. Here he adds performances by Hope Simpson and Jordan Vazquez with back up vocals and long-time friend Matt Stegner, vocalist and guitar.

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  • Band in Seattle Concert 215

    The Fame Riot

    Year: 2015

    Runtime: 38 min

    The Fame Riot is clearly one of the best bands to emerge from the Seattle scene. Beyond the look & the youthful swagger, they provide great music and great entertainment. In a 2013 Sound Off interview, Shazzam Watkins and Liz Scarlett described their music as “a soup that never stops cooking but you can try it any time you like.” Their quest to create infectiously danceable, yet credible glam pop-rock is a dream fulfilled, because at this fortuitous age they have the talent to go out on a limb with their dandy style and driving music.

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  • At Red Rocks

    The Piano Guys

    Year: 2015

    Runtime: 56 min

    The four-man group of talented instrumentalists, a YouTube sensation for its wildly innovative music videos, brings their artistry to the stunning Red Rocks Amphitheatre in Morrison, Colorado for this all-new music special taped in August 2015. Watch them get music out of classical instruments in ways their original inventors never envisioned!

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