British Virtuoso Composer/Pianist Helen Jane Long Announces U.S. Tour Dates for April 2011

The highly regarded composer will embark on a tour of the US with her string quartet for concerts as well as live on air promotional stops at radio stations who are supporting her “Porcelain“ and “Embers” releases.
By: Karen Lee
March 23, 2011 - PRLog -- One of the very few young, successful, British female composers, classically trained pianist, Helen Jane Long’s original compositions cross the worlds of classical, chill out, and filmic music to create an indefinable combination of music minimalism.

Helen’s credits within TV and film are numerous, ranging from the Lord of the Rings trilogy, to cult films such as Surveillance, Out In The Cold, and scores for UK’s Channel 4, The BAFTA Awards and  Fifth Gear TV programs. Helen has also composed music for a variety of commercials including Bosch, Barclay’s Bank, Mercedes, and Volkswagon.

She leapt onto a piano at the age of 4, training as a classical pianist, and also plays the clarinet, guitar, and cello. The phenomenal response from her fans provoked Helen to send a demo CD of her music to various record companies. She was signed almost instantly to Warner Bros. Records which resulted in her debut album, Porcelain, an expressive, inspiring and evocative collection of compositions. The album immediately hit the UK Charts in the top 5 and lodged there for 6 weeks while Classic FM in London named Helen the “Best New Composer of the Year”.

In between her efforts as a triathlete, Helen wrote and released the follow up to her major label debut, Embers, to critical acclaim. The album is getting major support in both the UK and US. Helen will be supporting the release with a U.S. performance tour with an impressive string quartet that will showcase Helen’s original music. See her live:

April 13  Yoshi’s San Francisco, CA , KDFC Radio Presents
April 15   Willits Community Theatre, Willits, CA  
April 18   Classical Underground, Los Angeles, CA

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