Since you last heard from me I was about to have a live concert on 1st of February but due to me getting sick it was postponed to the 8th. It was no Covid19 but I felt like I was ran over by a truck and had to rest for a couple of days.
This was the first time I’ve done a corona type of live stream concert. It took me some time to set up everything, but in the end I liked the result very much!
In a bit I will upload the song Libido from this concert on You Tube, if you think any other song from the concert deserves to be released on separately please let me know. 🙂
Here is a link to the concert: https://fb.watch/3yZzn-WMJN/
(FYI! The concert starts at 58:00 min. First is the interview in Slovenian, which I completely understand you might skip if Slovene is not in your linguistic arsenal. 😀 )
In previous post I noted that my next release will be an arrangement for classical guitar orchestra. I will describe more about the process in my next post. The video was already recorded and is now being edited and I am looking forward to drop some more details on it! 😉
Today I would also like to treat you with some of my freshly uploaded music to streaming services, so you can enjoy more of my music on the go. It is a single I released in June 2020 called Streets of Sarajevo, a composition of mine that I’ve arranged for a world music orchestra with big band as a main ingredient. Take a dive into my version of world/bigband/progressiverock/turkish/jazzy/ethno/indian/balkan music project.
Type into your music streaming service: Mihael Hrustelj – Streets of Sarajevo (Ethna project version).
Or click this link if you are a Spotify user: https://open.spotify.com/album/5OV0EdDRdPWwSg4ldG0AzX?si=Jsxce4HNSMCa3fyvEh-w_g
Here is a couple of links from my blog where I go a bit more in depth of the Ethna project for all you out there that are like… huh??? never heard of it… -> https://mihaelhrustelj.com/codename-ethna-project/
On this link you can even download the tracks for free and if you like the project you can donate whatever you can spare.
I hope you got some new insights about my recent work. I wish you all an inspiring day and I will talk to you soon.
Live music will come back again and I feel very privileged that I am able to share my creative process and exploration of music with you.
You are the reason I release music and thank you for your support.