As a violinist, I always carry my instrument around. You could say that my violin and I are inseparable. I always need my instrument: whenever I go to the conservatory to study, whenever I teach, whenever I play concerts and even whenever I stay at someone’s house for a few days. The days I don’t […]
Lately, I’ve been re-listening a lot of violin pieces. Then I thought to myself: what’s nicer than sharing your love for pieces with others? Here’s a list of pieces with some of my favourites from the violin repertoire. You can find recordings of the pieces underneath this post. Sonata for violin and continuo No. 2 […]
Today I will write about a movie that I have seen yesterday. It’s a French movie that’s called ‘Le chat du rabbin’ (The rabbi’s cat), based on the comics by Joann Sfar. After having seen the trailer a few years ago, I got interested in the movie. However, I have never been able to find […]
The perfect Sunday to sit inside and listen to some nice music! Let’s go a bit back in time and enjoy the legendary voice of Nina Simone. If you’re into her music, you might want to watch ‘What happened, Miss Simone?’, an original Netflix documentary.
Hi everyone, It’s been a week since my last blog, so time for a new one! This past week I’ve been busy studying my part for the piece Dumbarton Oaks, which is written by Igor Stravinsky. In April, we will perform this piece at the conservatory. This piece is a chamber concerto for a small group […]
I know that I should probably start an article about the violin first, but I am too excited about the movie that has been all over the media lately: La La Land. Maybe this blog won’t add anything new to the tons of information that is already available on the internet, but I wanted to […]