Aguiar Photography has a new name: Zoom Studio. We are rebranding the business with a new website and new simple and fast services. The same friendly, honest and top quality service.
Elga is a very creative and talented photographer and often helps our studio on big jobs. What we did not know is that she is also a very accomplished musician. Elga has studied classical piano for many years and is now expanding her repertoire to some more popular tunes. We invited Elga to show her […]
Classical singer in training Veronika Busch’s concert in Melbourne. Classical singer in training Veronika Busch’s concert in Melbourne. On 18th of January 2015, Veronika Busch presented a wonderful concert in Melbourne to raise funds for her studies. She performed a selection of songs from F. Schubert, R. Schumann, W. A. Mozart, F. Mendelssohn, H. Purcell, G. F. Handel, and J. Haydn.
This is a great song and the lyrics are fantastic.
It is a very romantic song with a strong message of not giving up on your love, even if some of the stars fall to earth and the skies get rough.
Bronwyn Dean has recorded a new original song in our studio.
The name of this song is “Remember”. It tells about children dreams and our own dreams fading in time.
I hope you have not lost your sparkle.
This is another great performance of Bronwyn in our studio. She played Caledonia by the Scottish singer Dougie MacLean.
Please pay attention to the lyrics. I think they say more than their combination of letters.
“Let me tell you that I love you
That I think about you all the time”
Hallelujah was release by the Canadian song-writer Leonard Cohen in 1984 and has become a great success. It was recorded by many other artists and now the professional musician Bronwyn Dean shows her interpretation of this inspiring song.
Another great piece from John Dowland excellently interpreted by Anthony Stavrinos
I have read a bit about John Dowland from a book called John Dowland by Diana Poulton.
John Dowland lived around 1590 and was born in the city of Westminster and worked in the Her Majesty’s Royal Chapel. He probably died in Denmark in 1615.