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I used to play with bands for several years in the past and enjoyed it a lot. However I am currently a one man band, mostly focused on composing and arranging music. I like to diversify my music with several influences from Jazz, Latin, Fusion all the way to Classic influences. I make music because I enjoy it and it is great if others enjoy too!
How, do you think, does the internet (or mp3) change the music industry?
I have some reservations regarding this topic. On one hand music and artists are widely exposed to the public, however I still miss the special moments I couldn't wait to buy a new Vinyl Record, then a new CD. I never download music from the internet, I still buy CDs. It's still my way of telling the artist that I love their work.
Would you sign a record contract with a major label?
Originally from Argentina grew up in a special musical environment. Developed intuitive composition skills at very young age; at the age of 7 created my first songs for both guitar and piano. Participated and won some recognitions in public music contests including songs written in the French language. Being coached by Eduardo Isaac, one of the finest Latin America contemporary classical guitar players developed a very solid background for the instrument and composition skills. During the early '80s, I carried out and led with other musicians, a music project called "Planeta XVI" a compilation of experimental instrumental pieces associated with an original science fiction story. Part of the project was locally released in 1989. Played and recorded our own songs with several bands in Argentina. Later on and after immigrating to Israel, continued my music creation activities in the alternative and jazz genres, owning a home studio and producing my own music. The piano is my core musical instrument for most of my work.
Acoustic and Electric Guitars,
Thanks for listening to my music