It's 2006 or 2007… You see me opening my eyes sitting tight in an airplane seat. I stretch, open the illuminator…
Bright daylight bursts into the cabin… It's morning!
You see a stunning view of Siberia's wilderness beneath your wings, you hear the sound of the airplane engines which after 9h flight became just a white noise…
Suddenly you hear, "Good morning, ladies and gentlemen, captain is speaking. We hope you had a good night, soon we will serve your breakfast and in about two hours we are expected to start our descent to Tokyo Narita international airport…"
You are probably very used to this kind of scenes…
What is very unusual however, is the fact you see me flying 10,000 miles to play just 3'42" of amazing music… It's been almost holidays.
That's because there was no country within 10,000 miles radius where someone played the instrument J.S.Bach loved so much.
Potentially, you're a young independent violinist or violist and you have affinity for J.S.Bach, his music and instruments of his choice too.
Would you also like to be welcomed to play just a few minutes of music on the other side of the planet? Give yourself and them a chance.