PHILOSOPHY OF MUSIC
When I was a little kid I read an interview with the late author Diane Wayne Jones, where she said that she writes stories she wants to read herself. Ever since the day I read these words, they have become my guiding light:
I write music I want to hear myself.
I write music that represents me.
As an artist, I always search for music that tells a story, music that fills one's heart with an abundance of emotions, music that inspires. With these ideas in mind, I also approach my own artistry.
Music is enchanting, music is elevating. It is mysterious, almost formidable, yet tempting. It is an art form that creates itself out of thin air. Music is around us, on city streets, out in nature and hidden in the silence. I invite you to join me on my musical journey, in hopes that I can inspire you as much as the music inspires me.
Recorded live with the Berklee Film Scoring Studio Orchestra
Conducting and recording with the Berklee Film Scoring Studio Orchestra
"Shemishehu" by Tom Acco
Piano and orchestral arrangement by Ori Baruch
"Hour of Solace" -
a short prelude for piano
Prelude in E minor