Benjamin Zander – Live in Possibility

From Pop Tech:

The only conductor to ever lead the Boston Philharmonic Orchestra, Zander is a prophet of human potential and an unrivaled champion of joie de vivre. Watch as he helps unlock the boundless potential of a 15 year old cellist and teaches the entire Pop!Tech audience what it means to live in a world of possibility.

G-Love – Viral video en Vancouver

Al amigo de Mark Labrie se paso por Vancouver y de paso le hicimos un video viral para promocionarle en la Internet. Este fue el priper projecto de la compania de virals HIV productions.


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“If” by Bread, “Tears in Heaven” by Eric Clapton and a half-ass version of “Last Kiss” by Pearl Jam, make up about all I can manage to scratch out of my $350 Partie classical guitar made in Quebec and purchased in 2002. Continue reading “Guitar”


Both my parents were fond of classical music and they raised me and my two siblings listening to the works of many great composers and performers of all times. Geniuses such as Bach, Mozart, Beethoven, Tchaikovsky, Handel, Chopin, etc. Out of all the classical music, they always showed preference to the works by Bach and the Baroque era in particular.
I inherited some of this interest in classical music and today I keep listening to it among many other genres. Although I am not very fond of modern music I have always found a few songs here and there from all the modern genres that I have liked quite a bit. Music is like the score of the movie of our life. For almost any situation, mood or feeling there is a song or composition that can intensify as a catalyzer how strongly we perceive that moment.
My intention in this musical section is to share a list of my favorite composers, bands and their songs.