Who is New Technology Music?
We are a team of people who are passionate about musical instruments, technology related to making music and everything else related to music – our passion in life. We take pride in our work.
We’ve worked on this website for a long-time to give people like us, musicians, people learning musical instruments, teachers, composers, orchestra players, sound technicians, players – all of those who are involved in music, whether using classical instruments, or classical instruments, reborn in their new technology counterparts.
S. Oramo is a Finnish orchestra conductor born in Helsinki. Starting his career as a violinist, he quickly advanced to become concertmaster of the Finnish Radio Symphony Orchestra.
S. Oramo has directed some and worked in world-famous orchestras and academies, such as the Sibelius Academy, the Avanti! ensemble,
In 1989, he enrolled in Jorma Panula‘s conducting class at the Sibelius Academy. In 1993, just one year after completing the course, he stood in for a sick conductor with the Finnish Radio Symphony Orchestra. This success led to his appointment as Co-Principal Conductor. Oramo has also worked with Finland’s Avanti! ensemble. Oramo became principal guest conductor of the Ostrobothnian Chamber Orchestra in 1995, and one of its principal conductors in 2009. In 2013, he became the orchestra’s artistic director.
S. Oramo has founded West Coast Orchestra, where he serves as vice-chairman and principal conductor.
Given his life-story, he has extensive knowledge of all musical instruments used by the orchestra and works together with our content-writing team to make recommendations for our review.
P. Petitbon is a French opera singer.
After studying she realised her passion lay elsewhere and got a degree in musicology and later studied in the Paris Conservatoire.
Awards she has claimed include the Best Young Talent in 1998 and as Best Opera Singer in 2001 and 2003.
Having spent her life in or around the orchestra, she has extensive knowledge which is used to focus content towards the specific needs of musicians.