Adam Sztaba from Poland is a renowned composer, music producer, conductor, arranger and pianist.
Adam has been using Power Music on a MusicOne CV24 for several years now and would not be without it! Visit his website http://sztaba.pl
Meet Kerne Clemence…
This is Kerne’s story about his own career and about how he uses Power Music.
Jo Boyce is a songwriter, musician, singer and worship leader and is one of the founding directors of cjm|music.
Jo and the cjm team have performed at many venues including Birmingham’s Symphony Hall and recently featured in this year’s Songs of Praise series.
Jo has just released her first solo studio recording – a six track EP entitled ‘In God Alone – Songs of Hope and Consolation’. Click here for details and to listen to samples of the inspiring tracks.
At the heart of cjm|music’s mission and vision is a commitment to resourcing pastoral musicians, liturgical ministers, worship leaders, teachers and catechists; engaging the skills of young people and to serving the church through the ministry of music and liturgy.
Several years ago Shona and some other member of her church in Viewpark attended the Mission Worship conference in Eastbourne, where we were exhibiting. They came to our stand and watched Power Music being demonstrated.
As most churches do – they thought about it for quite a long time! Then in November 2013 they took the plunge and invested in a complete band setup – monitors, stands, computer and Power Music.
Alan Cugnoni is a banjo player and jazz band member who has been using Power Music for many years and cannot live without it now!
We are delighted that Power Music appeals to all ages and all types of musicians.
Kevin Bowyer, Glasgow University Chapel Organist (Scotland, UK), has performed and broadcast all over the world, and has released around ninety recordings, including all of Bach’s organ music for the Nimbus recording label. His recital repertoire is enormous and ever expanding; in an article restricted to European organ music of the twentieth century, he mentions over one hundred composers whose music he has played.
Though he sees contemporary music as his vocation, he plays organ music from the Renaissance and Baroque periods onwards, and has shown an appreciation for the qualities of historical instruments in such music.