Way up high a tender feel-good tune rings out on electric violin while text, projected onto the long skirt sends motivational messages to the audience. EthAerial Violin making a statement at a recent IIG ( Insurance Institute ) Awards Event. A link to the event is available here :https://fb.watch/9rmCUVkcI1/
Lights, camera, action! With first year students ready to celebrate before the 2020 academic year gets going, LaserX and I performed a 15 minute laser show for the students and parents at the University of the Free State’s Bloemfontein Campus.
For more about what LaserX do visit https://laserx.co.za/
Twinkling lights and sweeping lasers make for an unforgettable show. At the recent Eskom Young Scientists Awards event for 2018 Laserx and I teamed up to create a show-stopping opening act complete with Laser bow and heads, Chroma LED dress and violin.
And the work the students produce at the Young Scientists awards is truly inspiring.
Visit Laserx to see more amazing work at: http://www.laserx.co.za
The stately Northwards House in Parktown hosts regular classical concerts. The beautiful Sir Herbert Baker Home has a lovely acoustic and an inviting music room that takes one back in time. This as the backdrop for a concert I did with cellist Carel Henn a few weeks ago. Our first half repertoire consisted of a sonata for solo cello and violin and other adapted classical works for a duo format.
We had a surprise though for the second half. As not much repertoire is arranged for solo cello and violin, we decided to arrange some contemporary light songs for the duo and then to perform them on electric instruments.
The audience were delighted by the contrast and a favourite on the day was Sting’s “Fragile”