Jürgen Budday during a concert
Jürgen Budday during a performance

„Never give up and never lose hope“ – Interview with German conductor Jürgen Budday

Benjamin Stromberg Insights, Interview 1 Comment

For Jürgen Budday, his artistic path began primarily through his own love for music. Above all, he wanted to do something that could also satisfy him personally. His becoming process was characterized by a dialectical development process: good mentoring on the one hand and persistence and his own discipline on the other.: „During my studies I got a very solid basis for making music and I am very grateful to all my teachers who brought me to a higher level.

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Hélène Picard

It is also a way to communicate with other people – Interview with Painter and Sculptor Hélène Picard

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“My work is mainly about emotions” answered Hélène Picard, when asked about her inspirations. The French Painter and Sculptor, who studied visual and Fine Arts at Beaux-Arts Paris, materializes in her artworks her way of feeling and perceiving people, atmosphere of an environment, etc. “Whatever I see, I can receive very strongly and deeply […] Even if you see a landscape. For me a landscape represents some inner emotions. It is a way of constructing a bridge between both, the external elements and what we have inside of us”.

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