It’s all coming together and you can help!

We’ve had an amazing week working on Cellar Door, first off we went to London on Monday for a couple of meetings and first off found our venue for the launch event, the stunning Art Deco Troxy Theatre in London’s Limehouse area.

With a huge projection screen, stunning lighting, a great crew, beautiful building and of course full surround sound, we’re all set!

Following that we met with Pete Bassett of Quite Great┬ápromotions. A great company and a great guy who really ‘gets’ the project having worked with the likes of Brian Eno, Jean-Michel Jarre, Andrew Lloyd Webber and Michael Nyman.

Following all of that, I’ve been busy composing more of the music and am now starting to look for film makers, animators and graphic artists from around the world to contribute to the visual elements of the project – backdrop video for the live show and a big feature both live and on the Video release too. If you’d like to get involved, please get in touch for more details and send in some examples of your work!

I’m also looking for two female classical vocalists with the ability to sing soft, beautiful and alluringly without vibrato but with the power to go full operatic where required – with a little tasteful vibrato. These ‘angels’ are to be a main feature both on the recording and in the live show for which we would like one Caucasian and one dark skinned singer – each with costumes in opposing colours to represent the duality of nature and the yin and yang in all. They will be our guides through the story, both protagonists and antagonists in certain sequences, becoming ‘sirens’ in the ocean sequence etc and will have great make-up giving them an almost alien, other worldly look. I’ll be auditioning for these roles very soon so again, please do get in touch!

Meanwhile, enjoy the previews on this new and growing site and please do sign up for the email newsletter for updates on releases, freebies, perks and way to get involved.

Best wishes to all and thanks for the support – it means the world to me. Have a great weekend.

Love, Harvey. x

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