We’ve spent a good portion of the summer working on a couple of projects for the American Academy of Pediatrics. This link leads to a set of interactive vignettes we created designed to help pediatricians appropriately handle clinical encounters involving children and adolescents exposed to violence.
Independent filmmaker and L.A. Bruell friend and colleague Jarred Alterman’s film Convento will have its L.A. premiere this Friday at the Downtown Independent in Los Angeles. Convento is a lyrical and surreal exploration of artist Christiaan Zwanikken’s kinetic sculptures, which he makes by synthesizing old scrap electronics with the remains of local wildlife. The film will be showing from July 27th to August 2nd at the Downtown Independent, on August 16th and 31st in Chicago, and on July 30th at the Sommerwerft Festival in Frankfurt, Germany. For more information, check out this tumblr.
Pianist Evan Shinners, featured in L.A. Bruell documentary “Beyond the Practice Room,” will be playing this Sunday night, June 17th, at Webster Hall for the opening party of the New Music Seminar.
Our friend, pianist and composer Evan Shinners, was recently featured in Psychology Today for his unique perspective on music.
Pianist, composer, and Julliard alumnus Michael Brown was featured in the New York Times yesterday for his April 10th recital at Weill Recital Hall. Michael was also included in L.A. Bruell’s documentary “Beyond the Practice Room,” and will be playing another recital on April 23rd at Alice Tully Hall.