Lori Pasqualino Seeks Funding via Kickstarter for 'The Live Project'

The heart of this project is the live experience for the viewer, coupled with astonishingly good musicians & expert production value.


Los Angeles, CA -- (SBWIRE) -- 07/30/2014 -- With a band of merry friends & classically skilled and creative musicians, this project is about creating captivating live performances of songs from the Great American Songbook via an online Video Album & Channel; which will air throughout the next year.

This project aims to give viewers a superior experience of watching a live recording by professionally recording and filming live performances of songs on a soundstage where the quality of sound and video can be controlled. Through this process, the project team will also be able to record a live audio album to give to the backers. All backers will also be given early release of videos and mp3s, as well as a letter of genuine gratitude in the mail. 

The heart of this project is the live experience. So, the audio tracks won’t be purposefully edited. As per live music, if there’s a mistake, the audience will hear it, see it, and be a part of it like they would if they were at a front row table.

Funds raised through Kickstarter will pay the people who will make the video and audio quality brilliant (camera operators, editors, and live mixers), the arrangers and writers of the music, and rent the space and expensive equipment.

This project will only be funded if at least $10,500 is pledged by Thu, Aug 21 2014 8:08 PM +05:30.

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About Lori Pasqualino
Inspired by the Big Band era, The Great American Songbook, and artists like Ella Fitzgerald, Rosemary Clooney, Judy Garland, Bing Crosby, and Frank Sinatra, Lori grew up in Boston crooning along with her grandfather, Salvator’s, vinyls; who led a big band in the 40s himself. Lori went onto Syracuse University where she further cultivated her craft. She is proud to have performed in major cities including Boston, London, and New York, and is happy to add Los Angeles to the list.