Hello, my readers! This is going to be rather descriptive (kind of autho-biographical), boring contribution without any stylish pictures that could give it the right athmosphere. I write here about the development, progress of things in my artistic life and what are my plans for the future! I have been creating my own music around … Continue reading New directions in my musical journey
This year is a year of changes. (But which year is not?) In the spring I fully realized, that, due to my attention deficite disorder, I am not able to do loads of repetitive stereotypical experiments in our lab. I also realized I never want to spent my life in the laboratory environment, eventhough I … Continue reading Back to music = Back home: leaving PhD and becoming a vocal trainer
I just started the new contribution although I haven't finished the previous article. But I'm still digesting my impressions from such great events. And also my speed is speed of a lying stone, so sometimes it is years until I finish things. Anyway... Last month certain things got moving forward finally. At first, I probably … Continue reading Voice instead of jewelry. Because voice is the only jewel.
I am preparing a report (with pictures, already here) from three wonderful concerts in Pilsen and in Prague. These events have uplifted my approach to creating music. Many thanks Marie Psotná for making awesome professional photos of concert in Masné krámy and Meduzik: Other big thanks to Rue Kathesi for these magical pictures:
Czech, Swedish, English, Slovenian, Lusatian-sorbian, German, and Finnish Besides the mystery of my pseudonym, many people also ask 1) what is the purpose of using poems in the original language and then 2) if I have a good grasp of all of them. An answer to the first question has deep roots in … Continue reading Why so many languages? An original coat of poet’s thaughts & Beauty of special phonemes
Many people asked me what does my nickname mean and sometimes they are misinterpreting it by guessing that it's a compound of Czech words "mor a sten", which means "plaque and groan". When I was around 13 years old, and not knowing about Swedish history at all, I bought one book about secret symbols and … Continue reading History of the word “morasten”