Also I am thrilled to share with you today, on Chopin’s Birthday, that the long-awaited release of the Chopin Project‘s Cinematic Version will happen on May 15, 2018 at 19:00 at the beautiful Hôtel Chopin Grands-Boulevards Paris (46 Passage Jouffroy, Paris 75009, France), which will be very kindly hosting the event! There will be a short introductory live performance, followed by viewing the project film, and a cocktail hour afterwards! Click here to watch the film Trailer!
You are invited and the admission is free, however, RSVP is required via Eventbrite. Since we can only have a limited number of guests, please be so kind to reach me personally if you need to cancel your existing reservation.
Dress code: Formal/Elegant.
In Fine Art.
In Fine Art.
In the Fine Art collection 🙂
I am thrilled to announce a new project to come out in Winter’18, for which I am collaborating with a soprano singer Judith Duerr! It is inspired by the 4-language concept of Switzerland and includes soprano/piano chamber works on the corresponding languages by leading composers and poets. Schumann/Heine: German, Debussy/Baudelaire: French, Puccini/Fucini/Adami: Italian, Sialm/Fry: Romansh.
I am currently switching into the genre of fine art photography, since I feel that it lately became much closer to me to bring my own vivid imagination and ideas of surrealistic fairy tales, dreams, and some alternative reality to life. I want to announce that my FAP portfolio model search is now open. Contact me if interested, with a [link to a] photo of yourself.
I am more than happy to announce that today I joined the ranks of artists, who are fiscally sponsored by Fractured Atlas! It means that from now on I am able to fundraise as if with the status of a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization and all the donations towards my projects made through Fractured Atlas are tax deductible! If you decide that Fractured Atlas membership is a good idea for you, use my special code FS14703 during your registration/payment process! Please visit my profile at Fractured Atlas and consider making a contribution to the development of the Chopin Project!