Artistic path

As a musician I seek balance, unity, as an ultimate goal, knowing that perfection does not exist…
It is with this search for balance that I accomplish the different aspects of my art, whether it is by composing melodies, constructing arrangements, interpreting and improvising.
I like to be multi-disciplinary to be able to experience different aspects of music, to place myself from different viewpoints, to try to be as complete a musician as possible. The more I experiment, the more I refine my expression.
– Solo musician
To interpret a melody is to put oneself at the service of an intention. The intention goes far beyond writing, beyond what words can explain. It is experience, my musical culture, my masters, and my intuition that guide me.
– Accompanying musician
To accompany a song or a melody requires even more than to be a soloist: it is to listen to the pure intention of the melodist, to support him, and to listen to the result of the ensemble. I learned a lot as an accompanying musician and it’s a role I love.
– Improvisation
To improvise is to know perfectly the rules to be able to free oneself from them. It is above all to forget oneself. Beyond the mastery of his instrument, it is an inner state of total presence in the moment, with total letting go and an absence of judgment. The great masters of improvisation that I admire the most are from Iranian and Indian cultures. This is the state I look for when I improvise, whatever the kind of music.
– The composition
While interpretation and improvisation appeal to intuition and receptivity, composition also requires a mental and structured aspect. Composing is like building a building where nothing is left to chance. It is the creative aspect that demands the most balance between sensitivity and intuition on the one hand, and rigour and structure on the other. It is also a moment alone in front of oneself, where the inner state will greatly tint the work. Included in this category are the arrangement of the work, its development, counters, bass lines, accompaniment and harmonic changes.
The composer is an architect who builds an intangible work as if it were a stone castle.

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