Violončelo + ambijentalna muzika + worldmusic. Klasična muzika kao pileća juhica za Irance.
Cellotrinity live in Berlin + Live VJ Tina Zimmermann
Cellotrinity – Eternal
3 Piece Mix (Out there, Passing by, One Face of Silence) – Cellotrinity live in Berlin
Song for Eli – Cellotrinity live in Berlin
Rondo – Cellotrinity live in Berlin
Tina Zimmermann Live VJ Mixe
Longing (Cellotrinity) www.tinaz.net/video/vj-mixe nr2
Liquid motion textures: www.tinaz.net/video/liquid-motion-textures
After establishing herself as a principal cellist with symphonies in the US, Berlin, Andrea Bauer found that her leanings toward jazz, ambient and oriental music deserved equal time. She played with the Ray Brown Trio, James Morrison, Natalie Cole (on her "Unforgettable" world tour she played the cello solos) and many others. But it was a trip to California where Andrea found "her own music" coming to her and she recorded the "Cello Songs for Silence" CD as a result. The sounds of the cello always seem to evoke yearning and poignancy, and that is certainly the case here, but the sound that she pleads, coaxes and draws from her instrument seem to go way beyond these feelings, into a place of devotion, of silence, of stillness and reaching for the heavens by laying down prone on the very earth itself. Her songs written for spiritual teachers Eli Jaxon and Gangaji are used extensively at their satsangs, and the whole collection of 10 pieces make for marvelous listening. We are presenting more cellists than ever (Tillman, Darling, Sieber, etc.) & Andrea Bauer is right up there with the best and most expressive of any of them. It's a privilege to offer the music on "Cello Songs for Silence" - www.lloydbarde.com/
Based on the acoustic cello sound and using loops and delays, Andrea creates floating ambient compositions and quiet, orientally influenced improvisations as well as simply melodious "songs without words" - leading you into the realms of silence and transcendence. Great playing, timeless music! - LA Weekly
The sound of the cello always seems to evoke yearning and poignancy, and this is certainly the case here, but the sound that Andrea pleads, coaxes and draws from her instrument seems to go way beyond these feelings, into a place of devotion, of silence, of stillness and reaching for the heavens by laying down prone on the very earth itself... We are presenting more cellists than ever, and Andrea Bauer is right up there with the best and most expressive of any of them. - Lloyd Barde
Born in Germany and began playing the violin at the age of five, but picked up the cello at the age of eight . After she graduated from the renowned school of Arts "Hochschule der Kuenste" in Berlin, Germany, she worked with various big symphony orchestras and chamber music groups in Germany and other European countries.
Although she has been raised with classical music, she found that her tendency towards oriental music, Ambient and Jazz deserved equal time. She performed in concerts and studio recordings throughout the world with artists like New York soul singer Lateta Theresa, James Morrison,
Natalie Cole, oriental band "Derya", Michael Hoppe, the Ray Brown Trio and many others. After the discovery of effects processors and loop machines Andrea started developing her very own music, influenced by oriental and ambient music, but based on the classical sound of cello.
Finally through meeting with her spiritual teacher Eli Jaxon-Bear, her music took concrete shape, and she recorded her first solo album "Cello Songs for Silence" , which is gratefully dedicated to Eli.