Three sets, all original compositions, presented by three musicians living together on the third floor.
“Depending on my mood, music can be an escape from the world or a celebration of it.”
“The music that I play has mostly been confined to the bedrooms, living rooms and kitchens of the various homes that I’ve had over the past few years, although I have played in a few bars and even at a wedding. Recently I’ve been playing with a saxophone player, Curro Tak, and I hope other people will enjoy the music we make as much as we do.”
~ Laurence Gavin
“In a world that’s increasingly automated, structured, and optimized for maximum commercial gain and productivity, there is a need to have spaces where people still get together and lose themselves in music. Music that’s personal and imperfect. Music that exists only for the moment of its creation between musicians and the audience, and is then gone.”
Photo credit: Yass Cotillas
“Music has always made me feel alive. The hymns are what got me through all-day revival meetings as a child. As a teenager I slept with my favorite stolen CDs on repeat, hoping that my brain would absorb their secret messages. So as I entered my thirties and felt the life being sucked out of me by the boredom and predictability of adulthood, I thought I’d better start making music of my own.”
~ David Ernsberger
“Music is a well known mystery… you don´t need to name it to know what it means.”
Photo: Claudio de Casas
Pablo Scola is a Spaniard born in Madrid. He is a painter, musician, sculptor and plays sports (soccer, horse-ridding, boxing, skiing monitor, water sports and tennis). He attended 12th grade in a Pennsylvania high school and went to law school in Madrid for the first three years. Pablo attended several drama schools (Herbert Berghoff Studio in New York, Lee Strasberg Theater institute in New York, William Layton, Drama course with John Strasberg and Cristina Rota School in Madrid).
Pablo plays the Spanish, electric, and acoustic guitars, as well as the bass and drums. Pablo has performed with the reggae band ‘AKo and the Loners’ on TV and in live concerts. He’s also designed some music covers for Polygram Records. Pablo’s mother tongue is Spanish. He also speaks fluent English, conversational Italian and French.
David, Laurence and Pablo will perform three separate solo sets of their own original compositions acoustically starting at 21.00 on Saturday February 20th. Bring your positive energy and a cushion to sit on. Lively conversation, new friends and more, before and after the performance. Come join us!
Suggested donation to artists is a sliding scale of 5€ to 20€.
5€ tickets. 7€ with Open Bar of wine and beer.
Donación sugerida a los artistas es una escala móvil de 5€ a 20€.
5€ entradas. 7€ con Barra Libre de vino y cerveza.