If I had to listen to two albums for the rest of my life it would be Glenn Gould ones: the 1971 Recording of the Goldberg variations, and The Leonard Bernstein/Glenn Gould live radio recording of the NY Philharmonic concert of April 1962. Call me a nerd but there is such a cool controversial story behind this album. I recommend looking into it!
James Ehnes and Andrew Armstrong
The una corda pedal! There is so much colour changes possible with this.
Playing harpsichord in the Early Music Studio during my masters!
I love getting to work on a piece for the second time, because it is a true indication of how there is no single right way to do something in music! There are so many things that go into the decisions we make while working on a piece of music, and its cool to see a different result from yourself, with the only change being your age.
I would say to try to stay in touch with what your personal goals are, whether that be something that is inspiring, motivating, or exhilarating…know what your reasons are for loving music and remind yourself of that every chance you can.
I loooove quality time with the people that i love and i love doing yoga! Mindfulness is awesome!
The Wizard of Oz
Vienna, Eastern Europe, Egypt, Greece… (I wanna travel a lot)