Symphosium
Symphosium
Apr 18, 2021
ASO Goes Electric: Kimia Ghaderi
Play • 26 min

In this episode, Akron Symphony violinist Kimia Ghaderi talks about her experience recording with effects pedals from EarthQuaker Devices.

Kimia recorded the Allegro from Bach’s Sonata No. 2 in A Minor, Saman by Ólafur Arnalds, an excerpt of Blue Curve of the Earth by Tina Davidson, and an excerpt of the Andante from Bach’s Sonata No. 2 in A Minor using using the Avalanche Run and Plumes pedals.

You can see Kimia’s full video on EarthQuaker’s YouTube page. The performance was recorded and mixed by Jeff France, and shot and edited by Chris Tran at EarthQuaker Studios in Akron. Learn more about EarthQuaker at their website.

This is the second episode in our ASO Goes Electric series with EarthQuaker Devices. The first episode featured violinist Sam Petrey and you may view his video here.

To learn more about all the ways that you can experience the Akron Symphony, visit the ASO at Home page on our website. There you will find musical performances, musician interviews, podcast episodes, and a variety of educational resources.

 

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