Do you have any plans for a European tour? I am blown away by the registration on YouTube of the concert you gave in Cadogan Hall, would love to attend such a concert in the future!
For now, I will start playing Civilization VI and enjoy the (without a doubt) magnificent score you have created for that game. Thank you!
Thanks for writing Dennis. I do plan on coming back to Europe this coming year, with a concert in the UK. I haven't announced the details yet, but it will be a big outdoor classical music festival. Keep an eye on my site!
Tony again. Being a linguistics student, I can also appreciate the work you put into your compositions. I would love to get a closer look at how you navigate your collaborations with native speakers and musicians in composing your music (e.g. exotic sounds like clicks, stress patterns, attitudes about how their language should and should not be sung, etc.).
I have many questions, and I do not expect your answers here to do them justice. How to you find and choose the language partners you work with? What kinds of questions do you ask them? How do you find and choose the lyrics that you cast to music? Do you work with different people/groups when working with a particular language, or just one collaborator?
Is there a resource that I as a fan can access that might answer some of these questions? I would love to hear stories about your cross-language collaborations, and get some insight into your methodology for developing new pieces.
Is the Sogno di Volare single a trial track for your next album, and do you have a projected date on when your new album will be released?Christopher Tin responded on 12/19/2016