to share as I’m here in Oxford.
Playing Mozart JeuneHomme with Marios Papadopoulos and the Oxford Philharmonic in this absolutely stunning Sheldonian Theater, where Haydn received his honorary degree and conducted his symphony nr 92 “Oxford” was powerful.
It’s been said over and over, but it is so true: no one brings painful tears through a tender smile like Mozart.
Thank you, tonight’s audience, for your silence. It was intense.
Emotions are all around.
Music and life taught me to do everything that it takes to have a (little) taste of excitement and (lucky days!) / or happiness.
And because magic is here when you open and face your heart (and I do believe more and more that might be the most difficult thing to do), here is some beauty
“The aim of life is to live, and to live means to be aware, joyously, drunkenly, serenely, divinely aware.”