Jordane Tumarinson is a french composer. For him, the piano is a laboratory that stimulates his curiosity as an explorer. Music must be able to express sensations linked to his own autobiographical experience. His approach to music is very refined and sensitive, from his own words: “I started touching the keys, playing the notes together and finally I started to feel what I had in mind. I play and compose for myself: at the piano I feel free, calm and relaxed. I experience music with a great feeling of well-being. Emotions and positive feelings that I translate in my music and that I want to convey to those who listen.
“Uto’pians” is a piano collection consisting of compositions by composers from all over the world. Now in its second edition, the artists were chosen by the curators Raphaelle Thibaut and Jordane Tumarinson.
« As an artist and sensitive, i am amazed by the nature and in our current context, I think it could be a good thing to participate in its preservation. We all participate in our own way, and it can be a way more: to conjugate music and nature. So this project is to federate composers around a common cause, discover each other and maybe become friends. So i found the word: « Uto’pians » for the album, an utopian is a dreamer (today we need dreamers like us) who believe in harmony with society and with nature. Also, it is a game of words with pians: piano.»
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