A Music Prayer, and the Art of Improvisation in Life
Tze Toh is a composer, improvising pianist, who creates original music for film, contemporary dance, documentaries/animation, video games and brands (tzetoh.org). He also creates original concerts inspired by the relationship between Man, Nature and Technology.
When Covid19 occurred affecting millions throughout the world, he wanted to do something to help, with the hope that those who were isolated, alone and fearful, could find solace, respite online through music. He performed improvisations / music prayers online every night for a month, as a journey with the listener “facing the unknown together.”
In this session, he will perform improvisations / music prayers for the attendees, and share about the art of purposeful improvisation, the lessons he learnt as an artist creating spontaneously. He will discuss how one can learn to embrace the unknown, create new possibilities by shifting mindsets/perspectives to constantly “see” solutions, and thrive in uncertainty; and most importantly, find purpose/direction again.
(He will explain how by staying connected to the present, one can always focus on the big picture, constantly adapt to changing circumstances and ultimately achieve one’s goals and dreams.)
He will share his experiences in creative pursuits which has helped shape this approach to music making and life itself.
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