Monthly Archives: January 2016

Totally stuck

No ideas, no energy, no belief in my work… Don’t know how to continue the recording… don’t like the things I’ve recorded… well… I have been thru this before, pOCKET rHAPSODY took me two years of fight until I got … Continue reading

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Refuge for homosexual and trans refugees in Beriln

http://news.trust.org/item/20160122170752-55ba4/?source=dpagetopic I had already listened to the extra torture the homosexual and transsexual refugees had to stand… they had to face not only the terrible situation of all of them, but also the harassment of their “companions”, the guards… hopefully … Continue reading

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It has begun…

I started to record my 3st CD as ecce cello. Find my self lost, afraid, so alone… no matter what, I also have very good things by my side, and I will record something much simpler and shorter than pOCKET … Continue reading

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My beloved russians

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In the bassement

Ulrich Seidl, presents “In the bassement”. After so much popcorn films (I admit I also went to watch Starwars), it’s time to compensate with some corncob films.

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Zoe Keating and keeping control of monetization of your digital music

Very interesting interview here to Zoë Keating, who happens to be developing one of the most interesting careers of independent musicians out there. Not only she has a very interesting and personal music project, but she has also a very … Continue reading

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Decisions and casualities that change your life

Past week I had the choice to play as a cellist a very interesting concert in Berlin, with music of Mahler, Schubert and other great composers… or stay in Madrid and act as an animated character in the very popular … Continue reading

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Let’s watch this

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