"Simply put, this is Adrian Verdejo performing Rodney Sharman’s “In A Room” for solo classical guitar.
Adrian is one of Canada’s foremost new music interpreters for the guitar and Rodney is one of the country’s best composers. VR Media interviewed them at Green College over the summer of 2014 and recorded this live and intimate performance at Cecil Green House on a hot and windy July afternoon. It’s recorded in full HD and and the sound is beautifully recorded and engineered by Brian Campbell.
We hope you’ll find a wide screen and a good sound system with which to sit back and enjoy this one!"
-- Vancouver Review Media
Composer Rodney Sharman discusses his opera 'Elsewhereless' (1998), created with Atom Egoyan and co-produced by Vancouver New Music, Tapestry Opera, and the National Arts Centre.
L to R: Andy Akiho, Stephen Sondheim, Rodney Sharman and Francesca Ling, March 4, 2013, Symphony Space, NYC
Choreographing the 'undanceable' by James Kudelka, The Globe and Mail, May 7, 2012
Review: James Kudelka engrossingly captures desolation of Edith Wharton’s House of Mirth, by John Terauds, Musical Toronto, May 10, 2012
Rent-Re-View and a House of Mirth by Robert Wallace, The Whole Note
Get cozy with some PUSH Festival Artists! Interview with composer Rodney Sharman by PUSH Festival, Vancouver is Awesome, Jan. 22, 2012
Composer Rodney Sharman tells no tales in Chamber Symphony, by Alexander Varty, The Georgia Straight, Jan. 25, 2012