The protagonist of today: David Gómez, Spanish pianist and composer
An interview with the pianist of "Spring in the Dark". For him the most inspiring thing in life is love.
My mother plays the accordion, and one day we bought a piano. That's where it all started. I was born into a humble family where my father was a gardener, or rather, a plant artist, and my mother a housewife, with artist soul.
How and when is your passion for music born and who inspired you to become a musician?
Was it easy to follow this passion for you, or did you have difficulty? If yes, which ones?
It is impossible to be a good musician or a good person if you didn't have any difficulties along the way. When I was studying in Rotterdam, I slept on the floor for many months, I ate white rice and pasta that stuck in the pot. My family told me if I needed money, and I always said no. They were a bit difficult moments but they are part of learning. My parents have always supported me in everything.
I don't believe in referrals. I believe in artists who excite, and that can only be seen them in live.
What is inspiration or inspirational to you? How do you live an inspired life?
How could you describe your way of composing?
What is most challenging about what you do?
What are your reference musicians?
Recently your new work "Spring in the Dark" came out, can you tell us a bit about it?
What is creativity to you? And: what is your creative process?
What do you think about today music scene?
What are your goals/dreams for the future?
Who is the artist?
Listen to "Spring in the Dark"
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