Adlibitum Talks is an exciting and engaging way to learn more about artists and the music they create. These talks can take place in a variety of formats, such as video call sessions, live performances, or in-depth interviews. Musicians often share insights into their creative process, discuss their inspirations and influences, and provide behind-the-scenes glimpses into their lives and careers. Whether you're a die-hard fan or just looking to learn more about the music industry, Adlibitum Talks are a great way to connect with the artists you love and get a deeper understanding of their work.
CLAUDE DELANGLE / FLORENT MILHAUD
Florent Milhaud discusses his journey from studying classical music to becoming a saxophonist and saxophone product manager at Henri SELMER Paris. He emphasizes the importance of collaboration and innovation in the world of saxophones and how musicians can contribute to instrument development, fostering a sense of partnership and communication in the industry. This evolution has led to positive changes and better engagement between musicians and manufacturers.
CLAUDE DELANGLE / FUMINORI TANADA
Claude Delangle and Fuminori Tanada share their musical journey, exploring flute and saxophone dynamics. Fuminori's compositions, especially "Mysterious Morning III," blend precision with interpretative freedom. Inspired by Japanese aesthetics, the piece embodies a typhoon's intensity, alternating between calm and chaos, akin to the core of the storm. Fuminori emphasizes the importance of breathing and spatialization, inviting performers to infuse their essence into the music. Their conversation reveals the delicate balance between structure and interpretation, celebrating the diverse hues within musical expression.
ARNO BORNKAMP / JACOB TER VELDHUIS
Saxophonist Arno Bornkamp and composer Jacob Ter Veldhuis have collaborated on a number of musical projects, bringing together their unique styles and talents.
Their collaboration has resulted in a wide range of exciting and innovative works.