Multi-award-winning film composer and former concert violinist, Ros Gilman, releases new single “Falling Snow” aimed for the festive season. „Falling Snow“ is a calm and gentle piece for solo piano, with a positive and “wintery” feel, which aims to
I would like to invite you to join Italian composer Vincenzo Napoli with his “Richiamo al passato – Call to the past”. The touch of nostalgia in the world of modern piano music. Read more about Vincenzo in his insightful interview here: https
When asked why they compose, most composers would say, I want to express myself. They want to express something that they cannot put into words, it is a part of their identity and a way to communicate with the world. Despite the prevalence of marketing, it doe
I stumbled across one thought provoking sentence in the book that I am currently reading. It is „The Serendipity Mindset – The art and science of creating good luck“ by Dr. Christian Busch. As the title says it, it is a method to turn the serendipitous m
The first Composition of Ennio Morricone that grabbed my attention was Gabriel’s Oboe. I love this simple, honest and soaring melody. Ennio Morricone has his own language with emotional fortitude and deep Italian film tradition. The Brazilian composer Joao D
I have been often asked why I play new freshly composed works by living composers of today. This is all about the joy of discovery. I love the idea of zeitgeisty music – it is the living music put into life by the composers of my times. We share the same
Happy to be included in Top 40 Piano Blogs. Here you can find Top 40 Piano Websites, Blogs & Influencers in 2020, from teaching piano to performance tips and new piano music. https://blog.feedspot.com/piano_blogs/
Last weekend I visited the art exhibition „Feelings“ in the „Pinakotek der Moderne, Munich.“ The idea behind this exhibition was to intuitively approach art from an emotional perspective. The curators wanted to find out to what extent does our view of
Who is not at heart a globe-trotter? Are we not all fascinated by different countries? A musical portrayal of some of the interesting things composers saw on their travels, a tonal description of the impressions and emotions they had awakened. For all piano mu
I have asked myself – What is music? Music is the sound. – This answer had come to me very quickly but right after another question arose – What determines that particular sound could be called music and Why we do not say “this is music
Modern romantic composition „Zephyr“ by a British contemporary jazz pianist and composer Neil Cowley. „Zephyr“ is inspired by the Greek god of the west wind: the gentlest of the winds, the fructifying wind, the messenger of spring and flowers. The musi
I was always fascinated about the mystery of inspiration. What is behind this phenomenon? Is there a trigger for inspiration?
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