Impossible to answer! Maybe Martha Argerich’s recording of Rach 3 and Tchaik 1 with Radio Symphony Orchestra of Berlin, and He Poos Clouds by Owen Pallett.
Off the top of my head Ernst Reijseger, Erin Loree and Kishi Bashi.
Roland Satterwhite Freestylin’ Violin and Viola at Donau115 in Berlin.
A loop pedal if I knew how to use one better.
Also impossible to answer. Do you mean earliest musical experience? Saddest experience? Most fun? Passive or active, diagetic or non-diagetic in my life so to speak? This is hard to answer because I don’t think of a musical experience as occupying a finite amount of time and space; it’s abstract. It could be a feeling, a phase, and likely associated and intertwined with so many other influences.
The nostalgia it evokes.
You should never feel like less of an artist for not having more technical skill or theoretical knowledge – those you can learn. What’s more important is having an open mind.
I like to paint and sketch for fun, do yoga for my health and sanity, and recently I’ve been picking for my friend’s vintage store. I also spend a lot of time exploring and continually watering or repotting the jungle in my room.
Gonna have to join my sibling and give a shoutout to Kubrick by saying 2001: A Space Odyssey.
I want to go to Bali to experience Kecak, and I’d like to visit Eastern Europe to learn more about my ancestors’ shtetls and culture.