September 2, 2003 21:12

From the Concert Hall.. to King Neptune’s Realm

It’s amazing to see and here mother nature and music, playing like a duet!
Two months ago I started a project along with a few ideas for an interesting “duet” of Neptune’s Realm and classical music. I introduced my idea to a few friends, musicians and divers with the purpose of collecting some ideas and get a feeling for their interest. Today I have about 10 people involved and helping me create one of my dreams.

As an active diver and supporter of marine preservation, I decided to take my profession as a violinist join it with my hobby and use it to try to create a program/show that will benefit marine preservation, teach about the depths of our oceans and at the same time provide the spectator with not only good marine video, but also excellent live music along with it.

The program shall have 1 or 2 guest speakers, lots of video and a live orchestra. The coordination between the 3 should result in an unforgettable event or show for the nature admirer with an ear for the classics.

Comments and ideas are always appreciated.

You can learn more about our program and view some video ideas here:

Best regards,


PS: Thank you all at for all your ideas and support. You will be credited!

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