A composer/guitarist with 30 years of concert, silent film and theatre work, along with several releases with the alt trio, REV, much of his work merges new work and film scoring, bringing new concert music to more diverse audiences. Recently released on iTunes includes "Lullabies For People Who Don't Need Sleep",
(song collection), "All The Luck" (Clarinet and Orchestra), and the Piano Concerto ("Dr. Jekyll & Mr. Hyde": Turner Classic Movies).
Kryszak's “Broken Blossoms” silent film score also premiered at The Film Society of Lincoln Center and released on iTunes and Turner Classic Movies, with other original scores. Concert Music has been featured at Carnegie Recital Hall, The World Financial Center, Symphony Space, The Los Angeles Directors Guild, The Kitchen, Arts at St. Ann's, Mabou Mines, The Atlantic Center for the Arts, among other venues. In March, 2014, the live recording of the silent film score for The Hunchback of Notre Dame, (recorded at the World Trade Center in 1999), is released, featuring flutist Michael Colquhoun.
In May of 2014, a collection of piano works called Transparent Preludes, is premiered by Ivan Docenko, as well as a new choral work, premiered by the Harmonia Chamber Singers, directed by Robert Pacillo. New theatre score commissions include "An Illiad", for hammered dulcimers, recorders and chorus, premiered in March by Road Less Traveled Theater.
Works, Press Materials & Scores are at AlanKryszak.com. Thanks for supporting new music.