Sharon Farber at Hen House Studios

Posted by HenHouseStudios on Feb. 11, 2010

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http://henhousestudios.com/Sharon Farber recruited a handful of wonderful musicians to record the music for a movie soundtrack. Hen House was pleased to do its very first soundtrack recording. Sharon Farber conducted and played keyboards. She was accompanied by longtime friends, David Lockertz on bass, Roy Friedman on keyboards and David Kontesz on drums. Ivishai Cohen played trumpet, Milton Nelson played keyboards and John Sullivan played upright bass. Look out for this project in a theater near you.Hen House Studios is a record label and documentary film company in Venice, California. First made famous by their unique concept to record musicians for free in exchange for the right to film them, Hen House has grown to a premiere, web based multi media company featuring music videos, CDs, DVDs, and podcasts all produced by the studio.Hear the Music and See the Stories.

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