Juno Singles wins a national Award

Exciting! Collaboration wins the day!

The second four videos of the eight-part Juno Singles Project got submitted last year to the Alliance for Community Media’s Hometown Media Awards competition, a national recognition effort representing over 3,000 community media stations. The four videos in the submission were created and produced by Angus Reid of Q Filmworks in Brattleboro.

The submission won Best of Entertainment and Arts Series by an Independent Producer!

The Juno Singles Project started as a response to the COVID-19 pandemic, and bubbled into a lively collaboration between four local composers, an excellent 16-piece string orchestra, several responsive acrobat artists, film and audio producers, and a local television station. Collaboration at its very best!

Here’s a link to the announcement article in the Brattleboro Commons.

Thanks to
Composers Derrik Jordan, Robert Merfeld, Dana Maiben, Eugene Uman
Juno Orchestra string players
Nimble Arts acrobats | Serenity Forchion Smith, co-artistic director
Angus Reid | Q Filmworks
Austin Rice, video producer
Billy Straus and Bill Esses, audio producers

And, hey!
We got plaques to show off!
(Photo coming!)

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