Earlier this month, Jamsphere took a chance and reached out of our box to showcase some emerging classical music stars (not our usual pop/rock/hip hop genres)
We featured two amazing artists.Prolific composer Thomas Schoenberger (dubbed the American Mozart by some) and Soprano Marnie Breckenridge. We predicted their music would be finding a wide audience, and it seems we were once again ahead of the curve.
Schoenberger’s composition, sung by the lovely and mesmerizing Marnie Breckenridge, is now featured on the Uffizi museum website http://www.uffizi.org/halls/halls-10-to-14-of-botticelli/ For those who are not familiar with the Uffizi, it is only one of the most famous museums in the world! Situated in historic Florence, the museum host’s one of the greatest collections of art treasures on the earth, including Botticelli’s and Michelangelo’s.
Schoenberger’s moody, incredibly melodic piece apparently attracted so much attention; the museum took notice and decided to embrace the composer’s new work. Might the Uffizi be reading Jamsphere?
As we patiently tell all aspiring new artists, miracles do happen, and we are followed globally, so you never know just who is reading our magazine. Congratulations to Thomas Schoenberger and Marnie Breckenridge, two amazing musicians.
Love, the hard working folks at Jamsphere.