Puppet

June, 2018 Katya Pine scored the music to the short indie animation film “Puppet”.
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More Than A Queen

Current Score for the opera “More Than A Queen“, currently in progress.
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Katya Pine is continuing to compose music for the full-length Opera “More Than a Queen”, based on the libretto by felicia klingenberg.  Audio excerpts of this exciting new opera and the opera’s electronic press kit, are available at:

More Than A Queen

Katya Pine recently scored the music to the short indie animation film “Puppet”. The soundtrack was recorded with the assistance of The Screen Composers Guild of Canada’s (SCGC) Orchestral Recording Sessions, conducted by LA composer/conductor Bruce Broughton.  Please contact Katya for a web link and password if you would like to view this amazing short film.

Its time! …… the 2018 – 2019 Music Season is here.

Enjoy Composition, Digital Music Production, Piano, Theory and Sight-Singing lessons!

I currently have several openings available for talented, creative and inventive, intermediate and advanced students.

My student roster is filling up quickly, so please don’t be shy and apply right away!

Contact me to see how your approach to making music can be improved or expanded to include:

  • Composition,
  • Improvisation,
  • Playing by ear,
  • Learning to play a lead-sheet
  • Playing all styes of music,
  • Sight-Singing,
  • Ear-Training,
  • Digital Composition,
  •  And much, much more…

Email me at Pine Productions or call (778)834-5105 to apply.

I look forward to working with you soon.

Regards,

Katya Pine

 

Katya Pine – Composer in Residence – Canada Music Week 2017

During Canada Music Week 2017 the BCRMTA celebrated Canadian musicians and their creative work. Katya Pine was honoured to attend as “Composer-in-Residence” for two BCRMTA Branches, Chilliwack and South Surrey.

South Surrey held two recitals featured over 60 piano and flute performances from Primary through Diploma levels.The event showcased a wide range of composers, representing several generations of Canadian composers. Performances included a piano composition of Calixa Lavallée (of O Canada fame), a flute sonata by R. Murray Schafer, published compositions by Katya Pine and several “first” compositions from students. The audience was most receptive and enthusiastically appreciated each musical offering. Katya encouraged all the student composers to follow their musical instincts, to keep composing, and to explore the many possibilities available in different genres. She challenged them to consider unusual instrumental combinations and to remember that a start in classical music studies may transform to expertise in music technology.

        

 

 

 

 

 

The City of Chilliwack celebrated Canada Music Week with a gala event at the Chilliwack Cultural Centre, attended by a number of dignitaries, including Chilliwack’s Mayor, the Lieutenant Governor of BC, and Katya Pine.