Tuesday, April 14, 2009

M is for Musik...



...as in Serendipity Musik. Discovered lovely cellist Serena Tideman recently while visiting Pike Place Market and was taken by her very moving music. You too can hear some of her work at Serendipity Musik.

More M posts can be found today at ABC Wednesday.

13 comments:

Sylvia K said...

Thank you for sharing this, Raf, her music is indeed, truly lovely.

Olivier said...

j'adore les concerts de rue, belle série de ce concert au violoncelle, ce qui est rare dans les concerts de rue.
I love street concerts, nice series of this concert in the violoncello, what is rare in street concerts

leejatta said...

Music is always worth posting and publishing :)
I will use this link, thank you! A sound of a cello is so serene and touching.

joo said...

Cello is sucha a wonderful instrument, and she plays really well!
Great post:)

magiceye said...

beautiful captures

Babooshka said...

It is a very emotive instrument. Her face is so fixed in concentration. What a find in your other M for market. Marvellous.

Paul said...

Musicians are always a good post, I now always get my camera out, even if they play real bad.
Lovely girl, nice music!
Paul Leeds Photo Daily

Bibi said...

This reminds me that Port Townsend has a fiddle festival, and if it's on when I am in Washington, I may pop up. Thanks for the link; will check it out.

Jim said...

I like that top pic. I visted her myspace page, she is very good.

Dragonstar said...

Not your typical busker! Lovely.

Kim said...

Your close up of her is especially wonderful. I like that you threw it into black and white. Thanks for the link to her music. I adore seeing photos of musicians playing. My husband played cello when I first met him and I think most of us resonate with this beautiful instrument because it is so like the human voice somehow. Great shots of her!
-Kim

Small City Scenes said...

See what I have been missing by not getting down to Seattle. Love the street music. MB

Snapper said...

Posting cellists back-to-back: What are the odds? Nice images raf, especially enjoyed the B&W. Cheers!