Joachim Horsley celebrates Beethoven’s 250th birthday with a re-imagined version of the 5th piano concerto, mv. 2 (The "Emperor" Concerto), in a Cuban style. Performed with the Hollywood Chamber Orchestra and other special guests. Recorded at Capital Studios in Hollywood, CA, Dec 8th, 2019. Part of Joachim’s "Via Havana" Project, fusing Classical Music and Afro-Caribbean Rhythms.
Beethoven's 7th, Movement 2, performed in a Cuban Rumba style, with all instruments created from the piano itself.
This is Mozart's 40th Symphony (Mv. 1) as a Cuban Rumba! All parts arranged and performed by Joachim Horsley. Directed by Lisa Perry. Camera and Color Correction by Landon Donoho. Edit by Joachim Horsley.
Bedřich Smetana's “Die Moldau” (“Má Vlast” - Vltava) re-imagined with Haitian rhythms. Performed by Joachim Horsley and Jeff Pierre, from the album VIA HAVANA.
This is Nikolai Rimsky-Korsakov's "Scheherazade" in a Cape Verde Style. Filmed at the Steinway & Sons Factory New York with Joachim Horsley on piano and special guest Charlie Siem on violin.
Bach's C Major prelude from the Well-Tempered Klavier, book I (BWV 846) in a Cuban Rumba Style with a touch of New Orleans.
Shostakovich's 10th Symphony, Mv. 2, in an Afro-Venezuelan style called "San Millán. Performed on Piano, Muted Piano Bass, Custom Afro-Venezuelan Percussion and Piano Percussion.
This is Mahler’s 2nd, the “Resurrection Symphony,” re-imagined in a new arrangement based on three Cuban Rumba styles - Guanguanco, Yambú, and Columbia - for Piano, Piano Percussion, Organ, and a Choir of Ghosts.
From the album: "Joachim Horsley Was Dead the Whole Time"
Rumba Prelude (Bach C Maj Prelude from the Well-Tempered Klavier) in a Rumba style, with looped piano percussion and the talking bench (a variable pitch - talking - drum mounted on the piano bench).