This installment of “Nature diaries” explores the hustle and bustle of civilisation: who we are, our beliefs, our lives and the juxtapositions of society.
A look at Fernando Eimbcke’s masterful, patient and character-filled exploration of life and the little things that shape it.
Te acuerdas de lake Tahoe – Spanish/Mexico – Fernando Eimbcke
A case for and against the feared death of classics, featuring The Beatles, Beethoven, Jan Kubelik, Beiber and other people whose works are alive and kicking.
A few thoughts on the lovely Rutscho-Dauwalder-Wysser-Nandakumar concert for classical guitars and flute from the Baroque era.
Listen to and download all soundtracks from our well-received short film, “The Abel Photographer”, along with a preview of our new opening credits and more!
Wally Pfister and Christopher Nolan part ways to direct their next films. How will the long-time teammates fare in a competition against each other in 2014?
An ongoing orchestral piece based upon William Shakespeare’s tragedy, “Macbeth”. Listen to part of Act 1 completed so far as two movements in E-flat major.
It’s time to discover new music artists and their great works. This month, we meet German band, Enigma, and their haunting, melancholic experimental pieces.
Join me on a little aside quest to track down an old music cassette, a generation older than me, and surprisingly absent from the internet. Will the search succeed at all, or will it become a hunt for something clearly futile?
A few thoughts on Rasa Zukauskaite and Natalia Kapilova’s violin-piano concert spanning Bach, Beethoven, Mozart, Rachmaninov, Massenet, Tchaikovsky and Piazolla.
Title song from the 2013 film, G.I. Joe Retaliation
An inspiring, up-lifting article about annoyed neighbours–a violinist’s biggest problem in the city — and why you should not give a damn about it.
Explore ‘A Scandal in Belgravia,’ Holmes on the Violin, a new dominatrix Irene Adler, the CIA and Jim Moriarty whose phone rings to a Bee Gee’s tune. And why this strange ensemble makes for a perfect setting for Sherlock in the 21st century.
Following day 1, this is a detailed report of the final day of pre-production of the upcoming short film, ‘Telltale.’
‘Manhattan-Kaboul’ is a beautiful French song written by Renaud, composed by Jean-Pierre Bucolo, about the 9/11 attacks.
This is a 1991 French song recorded by the trio of Jean-Jacques Goldman, Carole Fredericks and Michael Jones, and was one of the ‘summer hits’ in France.
Following from my first article from a long time ago in my attempt to spread interest and involvement with classical music among everyone (and it seems to be working on my good friend, Raghul Selvam, so far!) here is the second collection of my 5 favourite compositions which I think you will like!…