Threading the Ether is a highly unique piece. You'll hear the familiar Luminous World Orchestra sound where the Symphony Orchestra is combined with world instruments in a contemplative setting, although here a choir is added to the orchestra. Quite different from "Deva" or "Muses of Aqua," where there is a highly distilled simplicity and a great holding back of passions, "Threading the Ether" is a deeply personal piece fraught with longing and deep spiritual feeling.
released August 15, 2010
Steven Chesne's composing career has spanned symphonic music, historical and world music, as well as film and television scoring. In television, Steven has composed the scores for over 300 episodes of prime-time, network shows including "Batman: the Animated Series," "Family Man," "Family Matters," "Getting By," "Girls Across the Lake," "Hangin' with Mr. Cooper," "The Hogan Family," "Kirk," "Life Happens," "Perfect Strangers," "Step by Step," "Two of a Kind," and "Valerie." Since 2000, Steven has scored 17 theatrical films including "Zen Noir," "Debating Robert Lee," "The Trip," and "No Turning Back."
Steven's orchestral concert works include 4 symphonies, 2 concertos, 2 orchestral suites, and 2 tone-poems, as well as works for string quartet, woodwind ensemble, and music for theater and ballet. His works have been performed by The Ventura Symphony, The L.A. Modern String Orchestra, The Los Angeles Ars Symphonia Orchestra, The La Mirada Symphony, Mehli Mehta's American Youth Symphony, as well as by members of The Los Angeles Philharmonic, The L.A. Chamber Orchestra, The Hollywood Bowl Orchestra, and The Pacific Symphony.
Steven Chesne with The Luminous World OrchestraLos Angeles, California
Steven Chesne has composed the scores for over 300 episodes of prime-time, network shows, 17 theatrical art-house films, and
4 symphonies. Chesne’s recordings made New Age Reporter’s “Top Ten.” They also reached the Top 20, and in many cases, made it to #1, in over 20 different international New Age and neoclassic programs....more