The music after the concert

What happens after the official concert is over?

When there are other musicians in the audience, something phenomenal occurs. They jam. They improvise. They even sing opera. That’s how they communicate with each other.

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It’s extremely late (12:45 am). In less than 7 hours I have to get to our second recording session. I have to be wide awake and alert for it.

But this can’t wait…. I will simply have to update this blog when I have more time.

What happens after the official concert is over?

When there are other musicians in the audience, something phenomenal occurs. They jam. They improvise. They even sing opera. That’s how they communicate with each other.

Here’s a little clip I made of Derek Gripper improvising on a new experimental guitar. Emile Kaper follows him on the French horn.

Author: BLOGmaiden

As one of the earliest bloggers (since 1999), I enjoy meeting people who embrace "out-of-the-box" thinking and fear not the unknown. I believe in collaboration for sustainability because it increases stakeholder value.

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