(These could be just rumors), but some say that Music helped Thomas Jefferson write the Declaration of Independence. When he could not figure out the right wording for a certain part, he would play his violin to help him. The music helped him get the words from his brain onto the paper.
Albert Einstein loved the music of Mozart and Bach the most. A friend of Einstein, G.J. Withrow, said that the way Einstein figured out his problems and equations was by improvising on the violin.
On Saturday, May 09, 2009 at 7:30 pm at the Glenn Gould Studio, in Toronto Canada, Show One (Svetlana Dvoretskaia, Executive Producer) presented the 2009 edition of its signature series, Young Stars of the Young Century. Three international award-winning young virtuosi from Georgia, Armenia and Russia – all winners of awards from the California-based Guzik Foundation – coming direct from their Carnegie Hall debuts, the night before…the same night, we have made a joined production. As we made the performers aware of my “bio-vibes” (Inner Energy) work…we have made a joint recording of the event.
Karma was evident, despite the back stage stress, the concert, at the Glenn Gould Studio was a huge success!
Now in production, both the video and the audio is soon to have a limited release to the public. Promising to include documentary peaces of the back stage preparations, the energy experience with the musicians, and the big surprise in the post concert interviews.
With that I would like to thank everyone involved in this project!
This Event dvd’s and cd’s will be released in a very limited numbers, if you are thinking of owning a copy, to avoid disappointment, pre-ordering would be strongly advised.