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It has been a great joy for our team to film the superb singer Aliki Chrysochou as she prepares to run the Virgin Money London Marathon. Watch the third clip in the inspiring series below!
It’s not unusual for company employees to feel uneasy about posting on social media, mainly because of questions about what is appropriate to write about, and how it should be presented. All these doubts are understandable, so here are some tips about approaching corporate social media communications.
- Facebook, Linkedin and Twitter are quite different, so one size does not fit all.
- Keep your posts short and concise, while keeping a friendly tone. You might imagine you’re talking to your best friend for a Facebook post, or a valued colleague for Linkedin, for example.
- Always illustrate your point with a photo, it ramps up the interest in what you have to say.
- Remember that the whole point is to engage other people in a conversation and to direct people to your company website or take some other action to get involved.
- Communication is not one-way, so ask for others’ opinions.
- Let your personality shine through, nobody likes an anonymous feeling when they read someone’s post.
- Yes, it matters if there are spelling mistakes, but there’s always spell check, so don’t be in too much of a rush to post, take a moment to check for any errors.
- You can recruit and persuade through social media, so keep an open channel of communication.
- Say ‘Thank You’ often.
Most of all, build your confidence by asking for peoples’ feedback on your posts, you’d be surprised at how many people will give you useful and honest feedback.
Contact us today to ask about our social media consultancy services! Email firstname.lastname@example.org
Gifted Jazz singer Sarah Fenwick and brilliant guitarist Marinos Neophytou have released a stunning music video for the classic Jazz tune ‘Black Orpheus’ (A Day in the Life of a Fool), composed by Brazilian guitarist Luiz Bonfa.
The video is produced by Jazz Arts & Communications – www.jazzartsclub.com – and beautifully directed by Savvas Hadjigeorgiou.
The house that time forgot – Nicosia’s rich history showcased.
‘Black Orpheus’ is one of the songs from the duet’s new, self-produced CD ‘Jazz Way’, available online at this link: http://jazzartsclub.com/products-page/cds/197-2/
The clip was filmed in the house that time forgot – Nicosia’s ‘Hadjigeorgakis Kornesios Museum’, the former home of the Dragoman, who was the official interpreter for the Ottoman Sultan in 1779.
The song is based on the myth of the God of Music, Orpheus, who goes to the depths of Hades to bring his wife Eurydice back to life. The myth is about a tragic yearning for lost love, and the Jazz duet’s performance perfectly captures this feeling in the classic tradition of a torch song, combined with improvised melodies.
In the video clip, Director Savvas Hadjigeorgiou plays with contrasting realities that cross over from the past to the future, from life to death, from earth to space, from light to dark.
Beautifully shot, each frame is a work of art, as ‘Eurydice’ (Sarah) wanders through the Hadjigeorgakis Kornesios Museum, revisiting her past life, searching and waiting for her lost love.
The video can be watched, downloaded and shared at this link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4NY4QElykhI&feature=youtu.be
About Sarah Fenwick
Sarah Fenwick is a gifted and renowned Jazz singer with a rare three-and-a-half octave range, who performs with intense feeling. She has recorded three CD’s, including the latest ‘Jazz Way’ with Marinos Neophytou. She is President of the Cyprus Jazz and Blues Association. See photos and more biographical information on her website www.sarahfenwick.com
Since 1991, the popular Jazz singer has performed hundreds of concerts in Cyprus, Israel, Kuwait, Italy and other countries. She is respected as one of Cyprus’ most improvisational and dedicated Jazz artists.
More on Marinos Neophytou
Marinos Neophytou studied at Berklee College of Music and is a multi-talented musician and songwriter who plays the guitar, saxophone and bass. He has worked for many years as a dedicated music teacher and has performed extensively in mainstream and Latin Jazz.
More on Savvas Hadjigeorgiou
“The secrets of good directing are something so simple and important to me, getting it right starts with a true understanding of these principles.” Savvas Hadjigeorgiou
Savvas Hadjigeorgiou studied Film and Television at Hofstra University in the United States, and has a successful career in directing for television and film. He has directed television series, documentaries, news programmes and is currently Head of Productions at Sigma TV. Savvas Hadjigeorgiou co-founded Jazz Arts and Communications with his wife Sarah Fenwick, and directs the company’s music video productions.
Jazz duet Sarah Fenwick and guitarist Marinos Neophytou release their new CD ‘Jazz Way’. Order your copy by emailing email@example.com, or buy your copy by clicking here
Capturing the warm sound of live Jazz is not easy in this age of technology and special sound effects, but Sarah Fenwick and Marinos Neophytou have succeeded by recording their CD ‘Jazz Way’ live, and preserving the dynamic energy that is so exciting about this beautiful music.
‘Jazz Way’ was recorded in Cyprus, and the cover art features a photograph of old Nicosia within the walls. The Cypriot musicians based their fantastic new work on their series of Jazz concerts titled ‘Incurable Romantics’ in 2012. The concerts were a great success, and received rave reviews from other respected musicians, like the amazing classical pianist Yiannis Georgiou.
“It was like being transported to a Jazz Club performance of a sort that I didn’t think existed in Cyprus. Sarah is a committed and polished Jazz singer. She has a beautiful, crystal, bell-like, high frequency voice. And she is a complete artist in that she clearly lives and breathes her singing,” he said.
Sarah gives a beautifully polished performance and is accompanied with much conviction and also heartfelt commitment on the guitar by Marinos Neophytou, he adds.
On the CD you will hear two blues originals, and seven Jazz standards. One particular favourite is ‘My Funny Valentine’, which is a unique improvisation on the 1937 classic song written by Rodgers & Hart. Music lovers will enjoy the most popular Jazz songs written by George Gershwin, Cole Porter and other great composers.
Just like love, these songs pass the test of time and remind us of the values of romance, dreams and passion.
More on Sarah Fenwick
Since 1991, the popular Jazz singer has performed in Cyprus, Israel, Kuwait, Italy and other countries and has recorded three CDs, including the hit ‘Love Life’ CD. She is respected as one of Cyprus’ most improvisational and dedicated Jazz artists. For more on Sarah, visit www.sarahfenwick.com
More on Marinos Neophytou
Marinos Neophytou studied at Berklee College of Music and is a multi-talented musician who plays the guitar, saxophone and bass. He has worked for many years as a music teacher. Marinos has performed extensively in mainstream and Latin Jazz.
Savvas Hadjigeorgiou – Director, Production Manager inspired by quality TV and video production
“The secrets of good directing are something so simple and important to me, getting it right starts with a true understanding of these principles.”
Savvas has worked at Sigma TV in Cyprus for many years, and has a great deal of experience in documentaries, prime-time television shows, magazine shows, news and informational shows.
He studied Film & TV Production at Hofstra University in New York, and is an experienced script writer.
Savvas is recognised as one of the leading directors and television experts in Cyprus.
“It was like being transported to a Jazz Club performance of a sort that I didn’t think existed in Cyprus. Sarah is a committed and polished Jazz singer. She has a beautiful, crystal, bell-like, high frequency voice. And she is a complete artist in that she clearly lives and breathes her singing.” Yiannis Georgiou, renowned classical pianist.
Jazz singer Sarah Fenwick is one of the original Jazz voices on the island, and has been performing in Cyprus since 1991. She is recognized as a true supporter of the Jazz and Blues arts, as well as one of the most improvisational performers on the Jazz scene.
Sarah studied Classical vocal technique and used this very strong foundation to develop her three-octave range in the Jazz style. Since starting her professional music career in 1991, the popular Jazz singer has performed in Cyprus, Israel, Kuwait, Italy and other countries. She has recorded three CDs, including the hit ‘Love Life’ CD. Sarah’s self-produced second album ‘Love Life’ has been her most successful, establishing her as one of Cyprus’ most respected and improvisational jazz singers.
Sarah was born in Kenya in 1966, and grew up in the West Indies, Cyprus and the UK. The great passion of her life is singing jazz, one of the reasons for this is because it is a multi-cultural music that reminds her of the many cultures she has come across in her travels.
Some press comments about Sarah’s jazz singing:
“Unmissable! Timeout, Cyprus
“Sarah has a great voice.” Cyprus Mail
Sarah has performed at The Limassol Jazz Festival (Cyprus), Aphrodite Hills Jazz Festival (Cyprus), Haifa Blues Festival (Israel), The Rialto Theatre (Cyprus), Le Scimmie Jazz Club (Italy), Sheraton Hotel (Kuwait), Cyprus Music Days Festival (Cyprus), 7Seas Live Music Bar (Cyprus),, The Hilton Hotel (Cyprus), The Blue Bar (Cyprus) and The Columbia Hotel (Cyprus), amongst others.