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Golden Hornet Project
Since Mozart isn't writing any new chamber music, the Golden Hornet Project is picking up the slack with concerts of new works for small ensembles by local composers
Arts Story  May 26, 2006, by Robert Faires
"...And the same goes for Beethoven, Brahms, Haydn, Mendelssohn, Schubert, and those other slackers in the Dead Composers Society. Fortunately, the Golden Hornet Project is around to pick up the slack, giving us regular infusions of new chamber music by local composers..."

Golden Hornet Project: Wolfgang-nam Style
'Amadeus' screening fundraiser for 'Mozart's Requiem Undead'
DAILY Arts  January 31, 2013, by Robert Faires
"...So you know how Tom Hulce is all sweaty and coughing and writing like mad to finish that awesome Requiem Mass before he keels over from the poison F. Murray Abraham gave him? But he doesn't, and isn't that a shame? Peter Stopschniski thought so and decided the Golden Hornet Project should finish what Mozart couldn't...."

Shawn Sides and Graham Reynolds: Rude and Golden
How two of Austin's top creative stars meld a busy life of art and love
Arts Story  March 24, 2016, by Wayne Alan Brenner

String Quartet Smackdown
Golden Hornet Project adds a touch of March Madness to the alt-classical scene
Arts Story  November 2, 2012, by Robert Faires
"...Looking for a little mid-autumn elimination tournament to tide you over until March Madness rolls around? Golden Hornet Project has some serious – okay, maybe not so serious – face-off action on tap in its String Quartet Smackdown, set for this coming Saturday at Scottish Rite Theater. Now, you won't see any cellists nailing three-pointers from midcourt or violinists taking it to the hole, but you'll hear hot, new melodies racing up and down the scale, charging rhythms, and all manner of compositional layups, hooks, and fast breaks as string quartets go toe-to-toe in this one-of-a-kind new music competition – and, best of all, the decision as to who wins any level of the contest is made by you...."

Outside the Bachs
Classical sounds new when Austin artists do the composing
Arts Story  May 1, 2009, by Robert Faires
"...Case in point: This weekend, the Austin Symphony premieres Dan Welcher's new symphony, while the Fusebox Festival premieres a site-specific chamber work by the Golden Hornet Project team of Reynolds and Stopschinski. And in two weeks, the Austin Chamber Ensemble will premiere Pulitzer Prize nominee Waddle's latest opus..."

Local Composer Peter Stopschinski Releases 50 Free Albums in One Summer
That’s just the kind of guy he is
Arts Story  August 18, 2016, by Kirk Lynn
"...Symphonies require a bunch of musicians loyal to the composer, dedicated to doing what's been instructed. Peter's symphonies have been performed by the Golden Hornet Project, which is as good a place as any to enter Peter's catalog..."

'Steinway to Hell'
Just the two leaders of the Golden Hornet Project and a pair of pianos
Arts Story  July 9, 2010, by Barry Pineo
"...Given the amount of work they've done in all corners of Austin's creative scene, Graham Reynolds and Peter Stopschinski probably need no introduction, but let's introduce them anyway: leaders of their own bands over the last decade (Golden Arm Trio and Brown Whörnet, respectively); composers for films, dances, theatre productions, and a plethora of musical ensembles; and performers who have recorded music together and separately. In February of this year, the two men, under the banner of their Golden Hornet Project, debuted their separate sixth symphonies in consecutive performances on the same program, which won the award for Outstanding Symphonic Performance from the Austin Critics Table..."

Golden Hornet Project Percussion VII
This concert of new music was driven by experiments with rhythm and sound
Arts Review  August 5, 2011, by Robert Faires
"...Golden Hornet Project Percussion VII..."

Consummate Artistry
The 2013-14 Austin Critics Table Awards
Arts Story  June 5, 2014, by Robert Faires
"...For its 22nd presentation of awards for notable artistic achievements, the Critics Table welcomed three groups into the Austin Arts Hall of Fame (Big Medium, Blue Genie Art Industries, and the Rude Mechanicals) and distributed honors in 42 categories. Trouble Puppet Theatre's The Crapstall Street Boys earned three awards, and 10 projects won two each: Rude Mechs' Fixing King John; Theatre En Bloc's Fat Pig; Texas State University Department of Theatre and Dance's Anything Goes; Zach Theatre's Les Misérables; Breaking String Theater's Three, or The Sound of the Great Existential Nothingness; KDH Dance's The Big Small; Julie Nathanielsz and Heloise Gold's Gold Show|Rose Show; Ariel Dance Theatre's Heart; the Golden Hornet Project/Texas Choral Consort/Texas Performing Arts collaboration Mozart Requiem Undead; and the Women & Their Work project Thirst...."

Radioland Murders
Those who grew up on it say radio was magic. The first medium to bring adventure, comedy, and romance into your home, it let you cozy up to Don Ameche,...
Film Review  October 28, 1994, by Robert Faires
"...Those who grew up on it say radio was magic. The first medium to bring adventure, comedy, and romance into your home, it let you cozy up to Don Ameche, Kate Smith, and Jack Benny in your own den and seek danger in exotic locales with Captain Midnight, the Green Hornet, or Sergeant Preston without leaving your chair..."

Fusebox Music
Arts Story  April 22, 2011
"...The kickoff with Mother Falcon and 100 string players inside the Seaholm Power Plant has passed, but you can still catch Portland, Ore., jazz quintet Blue Cranes performing at one of the "Play Me, I'm Yours" public piano project sites. Golden Hornet Project masterminds Peter Stopschinski and Graham Reynolds will bring "Play Me, I'm Yours" to a close with a Free Range concert involving five pianos positioned on the spiral ramp at the north end of the Pfluger Pedestrian Bridge...."

Shostakovich 100
The year-long celebration Shostakovich 100 continues, and here's where to get your fix of the Russian composer's music through the rest of this winter
Arts Story  February 24, 2006, by Robert Faires
"...• Golden Hornet Project tackles Shostakovich, with composers Graham Reynolds (Golden Arm Trio) and Peter Stopschinski (Brown Whornet) leading Chuck Fischer (percussion), John Dexter (cello), Bruce Colson (violin), Jerome Smith (trombone), and Erik Grostic (bass) in two sets of excerpts from/improvisations on the composer's music, including the Violin Concerto, Cello Concerto, Aphorisms for solo piano, Preludes for solo piano, Lady Macbeth of Mtsensk, and more. Fri., Feb..."

Golden Hornet Project
In Box
Music Review  October 25, 2002, by David Lynch
"...Golden Hornet ProjectCD-R Series Austin's Golden Hornet Project is actually a hybrid of other groups, namely Graham Reynolds from the Golden Arm Trio and Peter Stopschinski of Brown Whörnet. Hybrid is an excellent concept given that GHP has one foot in the halls of classical music and another firmly planted at the bar in a nightclub..."

Do Androids Dream of a Screening This Cool?
Blade Runner 2049 at the Alamo makes a Golden Hornet buzz
DAILY Arts  October 13, 2017, by Wayne Alan Brenner
"...And Graham Reynolds, who some suspect of being a type of advanced replicant, runs the Golden Hornet Project with fellow composer and keyboard savant Peter Stopschinski...."

Small Audiences, Large Souls
At the Fusebox Festival, size matters, but that doesn't always mean 'big'
Arts Story  April 22, 2011, by Robert Faires
"...Some Fusebox projects achieve this by virtue of their settings. The Free Range Music series debuting this year (see "Fusebox Music") creates what Berry calls "a different interface to hear the music" by locating bands in nontraditional settings: Mother Falcon inside the Seaholm Power Plant, Golden Hornet Project on the ramp of the Pfluger Pedestrian Bridge..."

Live Shot: Golden Hornet Project: Symphony III
Live Shots
Music Review  October 17, 2003, by Michael Chamy
"...Golden Hornet Project: Symphony IIIThe Off Center, Oct. 11 As Peter Stopschinski awoke from ambitious dreams, he found himself transformed in his bed into a composer of symphonies..."

Robert Faires' Top 10 Classical Music / Dance Treasures of 2016
The richest work in dance and classical music this year ran the gamut from a dance in a backyard pool to an opera about Cold War brainwashing
Arts Story  December 29, 2016, by Robert Faires
"...3) MOZART REQUIEM UNDEAD (Panoramic Voices/Golden Hornet/Convergence) The much-anticipated return of this contemporary spin on Wolfgang Amadeus' Requiem was as thrilling as at its Fusebox Festival debut, with the bonus that in Bass Concert Hall, the softer movements could be heard and relished...."

Mozart Requiem Undead Receives an Encore
This Austin-generated reinvention comes to Bass Concert Hall
Arts Story  September 15, 2016, by Robi Polgar
"...Fast-forward to 2009 and the start of a different kind of collaboration. Composer-bandleader and Golden Hornet Project co-founder Peter Stopschinski had discovered a scholarly work in which the sheet music for the Mozart Requiem had been edited so that only the notes written by Mozart remained..."

Top 10 Dance/Classical Music Treasures of 2014
It was a year in which the personal shone through in dance and classical works small and large
Arts Story  December 31, 2014, by Robert Faires
"...1) MOZART REQUIEM UNDEAD (Golden Hornet Project/Texas Choral Consort/Texas Performing Arts/Fusebox Festival) An overflow crowd at the French Legation witnessed Wolfgang Amadeus' final work given spectacular new life by 33 musicians and 150 voices fusing Mozart with music by 10 contemporary composers. As wildly diverse as the pieces were – here ominous, there glorious, jazzy, rocking, discordant, delicate – they all seemed in dialogue with Mozart and with one another..."

Road to Freedom
The Cost of Art III: How the Fusebox Festival liberated itself from charging admission
Arts Story  July 24, 2014, by Katherine Catmull
"..."But all of that money didn't flow through us. Golden Hornet Project, Texas Performing Arts, Texas Choral Consort, the French Legation, [and Fusebox] were collaborating for years to make that project happen, pooling all these resources and sharing fundraising opportunities."..."

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