I just came across this great video series by Adam Westbrook – The Long Game. An essay about creativity, this series demystifies working in the long run vs. being called a “genious”, takes a look into some great artists’ lives and their creative process, our current distorted view of success and more. Enjoy these videos … Read More
I’m happy to share my latest video with you – Postcards from Bohinj – showcasing picturesque scenery of Lake Bohinj, Voje Valley and Mostnica Gorge in Northern Slovenia. I spent a beautiful weekend with my family there in August and brought the Blackmagic Pocket Cinema Camera with me. I shot about 25 minutes worth of … Read More
When you first drive through Sequoia National Park, the sheer size of sequoia trees leaves you mesmerized, like something that will remain imprinted on your memory for ever. But nothing can really prepare you for the Giant Forest, home to half of the Earth’s largest and longest-living trees. In the photos below you can see … Read More
In the best trip of our lives yet, Maša and I visited the following parks, some briefly and others in depth (up to 4 days each, full of exploring, hiking and driving): Sequoia National Park Kings Canyon National Park Grand Canyon Antelope Canyon Zion National Park Red Canyon Bryce Canyon Glen Canyon Grand Teton National … Read More
A few stills and video clips from my trip to Iceland this summer, to which I recorded some improvised guitar music… Enjoy!
One of my favourite violinist Itzhak Perlman’s YouTube channel is truly a gem, featuring many video discussions on classical music as well as answering questions from his Facebook fans. Here are some fine examples: On vibrato as the most underused tool in classical music On practicing
Learn how Steven Isserlis uses vibrato to enhance a musical phrase.
World renowned trumpet player Håkan Hardenberger on using silence to build suspense on stage before playing the piece.