It all started when my proposal was chosen for a residency program in La Cite Musical de Saintes, back in 2022 in the Abbaye aux Dames beautiful historical site.
There, I met Louis Verchere, the french Horn professor at the conservatory of Saintes, and through my master classes with his students, and several discussions with him (how to not mention our delicious dinner in the village), he discovered my work for french Horn, which back then, was including the french horn concerto opus 9, ” A Tune for Amer’s Horn” Opus 10, and the two horn trio opus 11A and 11B. and during one of our meeting, he expresses his willingness to write an article about my French Horn work for the French Horn Society Magazine, and after a while, he sends me the interview questions, and not surprisingly, the article was published later.
After several weeks of publishing the article, I received a message from another french horn player, Benoît de Barsony, president of AFC (Association Francaise du cors), asking about my new piece “six Variations in the Arabic style” opus 13I, for solo french horn, to be performed (by the way soon!) by one of his students, and showing his interest in my music, and then connected me with Mr. Tchamkerten who ordered my complete catalog for the Haute Ecole de Musique de Genève library!
And now, my french horn music is available in their library for all the students/ professors/ performers of the Haute Ecole de Musique de Genève!
All my works for French Horn are available through my website! go and have a look!
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