- How can classical musicians be more visible in our visually saturated world?
- How can music and musicians be closer to the audience and modern society in general?
- How can music, an invisible and intangible art, be translated into images?
These and many other questions are part of my daily life and work, and my team and I are constantly thinking about them and discussing them, so that we can find their answers and solutions.
In this blog:
- I will share some of my thoughts surrounding these questions; thoughts that are related to both visual and audiovisual communication in the world of classical music, and how they adapt to the constantly changing society in which we live.
- I will try to provide examples, from past and present, of different methods available to communicate classical music visually.
- You will also find a lot of ‘insider’ information about some of my projects in Molina Visuals, about the ideas and concepts that I have elaborated and how we put them into action. I will give details from ‘behind the scenes’, along with a few anecdotes from our work with the musicians.
I hope that by sharing my experiences in audiovisual communication, all within the field of classical music, I can help people to better understand this complex subject, and maybe some musicians can find some helpful tips amongst it all!
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I hope you enjoy reading it