Martin Brenne talks about music being his companion and his opponent to whom he succumbs.. He likes absolute music and he is explaining why there is a necessity to find an own way of expression with sound.
Toni Jardini talks about how he is trying to find out different colors and touches to make the music the most emotional possible and why for some people, nothing that has been presented until now is enough…
Maxime Raynal tells about incredible music experience of composing a piece of music with two pianos with low lighting with small lamps and some scented candles and why creative process can remain a mystery.
Jennifer Thomas talks about why creativity is everything to her and that if young people want to go into Classical music as a career, there are so many things you can do with it other than teaching or performing.
Louis Anthony gives advice: “Be great at what you do, make interesting, creative music, look fantastic and interesting, and use every tool available to share your musical message with as many persons as possible!”
Vincenzo Silvestris talks about how to avoid prejudice against style and musical genre and why the task of the musician should be to call the audience’s attention to the beauty that the music itself has inside.
Takashi Yoshimatsu, one of the most prolific and popular of contemporary Japanese composers, talks about his “children”-musical compositions, about searching for individual way and why Professors of compositions would advice their students not to become composers.
Tao Mijares talks about why the new art-music will be tight to the media production, how to apply the creativity to the filtration and selection of all the influences around and how to identify the real valuable music and generate a taste for the musical work in the audience.
Dominique Dupraz in interview with Moving Classics TV: Dominique talks about his creative process, why music is the indescribable, the unutterable and the most profound and faraway “inner spaces” of the soul, and what Belgian artistic movement “New Consonant music” means to the listeners.
Interview with a French composer Sylvain Guinet – “to compose is to reveal oneself, to define oneself, to be exposed and vulnerable”. He thinks music is a very powerful art. Read more about Sylvain thoughts about artistic inspiration, about emotions in music, why one smile counts more than a dollar and about his new project!
Blog about classical music and fashion, Mozart love of luxury, what the stars of classical music wear on stage, embodied cognition and most importantly: Will Beethoven sound differently depending on the attire of the musician?
Can music scare? Why some dissonant sound combinations frighten? Have you experienced the music compositions that would make us scared? How did you feel? Thank you for sharing your views! Looking forward to hearing your opinion and feedback!
What is your opinion on the elitism in classical music? Do you think we should foster elite thinking for musicians? What is your attitude towards classical musician? How can we value the creative work of every musician? What would be a creative push for our classical music scene?