A new song, written especially for a French magazine I discovered recently : L’Humanologue. Hope you enjoy it !
A project we are very proud of, Memories of the Mayflower, was born in London on October 16 at St Mary’s church. A beautiful evening with a very warm socially distanced public. We are planning a tour for 2021 (any suggestion/help welcome!)… here is a little taster (full concert available on YouTube!)
A new video with One Voice, One Cello and A mad Belgian!
A new video with One Voice, One Cello and A mad Belgian. Enjoy!
Brand new song with “One Voice, One Cello and A mad Belgian”, dedicated to all geeky mathematicians in the world.
New installment of your weekly dose of One Voice, One Cello and A mad Belgian. This week, a quieter song, sung by both of us. Enjoy!
Did you know that when the Sherlock Holmes books were first published, people thought Sherlock was a real person and many wrote to him to ask for his help?
So much so, in fact, that someone had to get hired by the post office just to deal with the mail that kept coming for 221B Baker Street (which wasn’t even a real address at the time)!
What am I getting at? Well this week’s quarantine song with One Voice, One Cello and A mad Belgian tells the story of Another murder on Baker Street. Enjoy!
Second video of the Quarantine Sessions, a cross channel collaboration with One Voice, One Cello and A mad Belgian!
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Eight years ago, I was in Montreal and crossed paths with pianist David Ryshpan. We became friends and thanks to modern technology, managed to keep in touch despite not having seen each other since.
In this awkward time, as humans throughout the world are being told to stay at home and avoid unnecessary social contact, we decided not to wait anymore, and so here is our first improvisation together, recorded in our different parts of the world, before we can meet up and play live. Hope you enjoy it…
It features on my last edition of “A mad Belgian”, but for those of you who don’t have a particular interest in the Rosetta stone, here’s the standalone version.
A series of workshops developed in late 2015 with Les Sentiers de la Communication, around 6 small portraits by French artist Franz Dostal.
An English version of our last show’s trailer: Sur les traces…, a musical show inspired by the real-life story of Ben & Adam, two Australian friends who discovered that they each had a great uncle who died in the Somme Valley during World War One… but on opposite sides.
A story of war and friendship, of loss and hopes, with beautiful music by Hadi El Gammal.