Unfortunately due to the current global Pandemic, live music across the world is suffering and classical music and orchestras are no exception to this. However, Mustafa Khetty has a solution! With many people now owning recording software at home, Mustafa is creating his classical works whilst avoiding the need for direct human contact and allowing musicians to record their individual pieces in the comfort of their own home.
Mustafa is reaching out to classical musicians wherever they are located in isolation, giving them the separated audio tracks along with the written music for each instrument and asking them to record their part for the track, before he then puts them all together in production, forming the sound of a full orchestra.
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In Mustafa’s own words, Solace for Humanity is “an experiment to invite instrumentalists and vocalists to re-record parts as well as play individual parts with improvisations from their home studios. Ideas would be incorporated into a longer overture. It’s about exchange, collaboration, co-creation and sharing. Lockdown isn’t lockout, our lives are in our heads, we live in thought. Creativity, idea generation, imagination is the hallmark of our being. The coronavirus has made us truly digital natives cruising in uncharted terrain, realigning our work and engagements”.
So, if you fancy joining Mustafa on his mission to bring together classical musicians around the world then drop him a line and start creating beautiful sounds together!