By Miguel Szekely (2017)
First original composition for orchestra, written, orchestrated and conducted by Miguel Szekely. It was recorded at Futura Studios in Boston, MA. The style of the piece is reminiscent to Hungarian folk music with a contemporary twist in the Harmony.
YOU'D BE SO NICE TO COME HOME TO (2017)
By Cole Porter, Arr. Miguel Szekely Aburto
This is an Arrangement of 'You'd be so nice to come home to' by Cole Porter, arranged for a Big Band consisting of 5 Saxophones, 4 Trumpets, 4 Trombones and a rhythm section.
Cole Porter, Arr. Miguel Szekely (2015)
Original Arrangement of 'Anything Goes' by Cole Porter. It is arranged for:
-Three reeds alternating between saxophones and clarinets.
-Two Trumpets, one Horn and one Trombone
-Percussion, Vibes were used
-Violin and cello
-Rhythm section of Guitar, Bass, Piano and Drums.
Performed live in Studio.
HOW HIGH THE MOON
By Morgan Lewis, Arr. Miguel Szekely (2015)
Arrangement of How High the Moon by Lewis Morgan. Arranged for:
BERKLEE CURTAIN UP 2016: STATE LINE LINE DANCE
By Paulo K Tirol, Arr. Miguel Szekely (2016)
Orchestration for Berklee's annual 'Curtain Up', a festival of original musical theater songs composed and arranged by Berklee college of Music Students. This song was written by Paulo K Tirol and Orchestrated by Miguel Szekely Aburto.
The performance of the song can be found in this Link during minute 52:25 until the end, also, the last section of the arrangement was played again at the ending for the cast to be presented. In this version of the video the credit section also plays this song.