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@Regrann from @classicalmusic.academy – Playing on the streets…
This time by Maxim Vengerov!
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Those who have been writing about the future of Granville Island in Vancouver Canada lately fear that the hyper rules regime being enforced in Vancouver will amount to the loss of a way of life and culture that comprise some of the most attractive aspects of resident and visitor experience there. But will travelers, talent and culture enthusiasts see better busking as a result, or will great street performers be lost to the tastes of those, only interested in enforcing their idea of quality?
Today we learn that one of the islands most famous buskers Keegan Chen, who was rejected by the audition panel set up to approve performer licenses there, is practicing very hard to make the cut at his next audition.
Andrew Hubbard often plays violin for shoppers and passersby on High Street in Chelmsford executing his classical favorites with aplomb and busking for spare change. London concert goers enjoy listening to Andrew when he plays for the Royal Academy of Music London. If you would like to know more about Mr Hubbard check out his website http://www.andrewhubbard.com
Though their style is not blues there they were anyway at Bluesfest in Byron bay playing o the buskers stage and winning the best buskers honor. The two 14 year old’s are already accomplished musicians and proved it to an audience which cheered them on as they played some classical style music winning the Bluesfest Busking Competition..
As winners they will now be mentored by music industry pro Sam Cutler who counts as one of his credits being the tour manager for the Rolling Stones.In addition they will get to record for three days with Studios 301 who has recorded such artists as The Mars Volta, Angus & Julia Stone and The Living End.
Sam and Nick met in high school and have been best mates ever since. Sam has been playing guitar for four years and Nick about the same. They both say there is nothing that they would rather do. The duo is inspired by Inspired by Mexican musical duo Rodrigo y Gabriela and their style can be described as acoustic-infused rock with flamenco rhythms. Their talent is a gift and when you listen to this video recorded by their Clarence Valley Conservatorium teacher Ryan Enns last year in August you will see why.