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Zane Merritt: Passionate guitar playing and other niceties – an evening at Pausa Art House

Zane Merritt: Passionate guitar playing and other niceties – an evening at Pausa Art House

 days ago I did manage to visit a cosy and very cool place in Buffalo. Pausa Art House is quickly becoming a home for great concerts, exhibitions and literary readings, not to mention the wine tasting evenings that owner Jon Nelson and his charming wife Lázara Nelson are…

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Watch “Set Fire To The Rain by Adele. Cover by Jessica, 12-year-old!” on YouTube

Watch “Set Fire To The Rain by Adele. Cover by Jessica, 12-year-old!” on YouTube

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O Day, O Day, O Day by soundconvincer on SoundCloud

O Day, O Day, O Day by soundconvincer on SoundCloud

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“Romeo and Juliet” soundtrack is ready for download

“Romeo and Juliet” soundtrack is ready for download

One beautiful experience from the last 3 months is ready to be shared with the world. My score for the new production of “Romeo and Juliet” at Drama Theater “Racho Stoyanov”, Gabrovo was premiered officially on the 8th of May, the opening night for the play….

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“Romeo and Juliet” – one of the most exciting projects of mine in recent years

“Romeo and Juliet” – one of the most exciting projects of mine in recent years

When I was invited by a friend of mine, who is a very talented Theatre director, to write original music for his “Romeo and Juliet”, I never expected it to be so inspiring, to meet a group of 9 talented and contagiously enthusiastic actors and…

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7 words: the beginning of a new piece

7 words: the beginning of a new piece

Brevity “Brevity is the soul of wit.” Hamlet   Brevity is an idea that I have had for few months. It will be a collection of short pieces for voice and piano based on seven words: hope push clock tree fake spin back The piece will…

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Nomad Sounds/Floating Bounds

Tomorrow I am starting a new project, entitled “Nomad Sounds/Floating Bounds”. More information about it could be found on this website under Projects.

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Meeting Yevtushenko

Meeting Yevtushenko

      Boris Pasternak   “Dmitry, can you tell me why composers these days stopped writing melodies?” Y.Y. Have you ever felt that an event in your life was bound to happen, no matter what obstacles fate put in its path? This was my personal…

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