That’s why we released a new image video. Splish, splash I was taking a bath. It’s always summer in Switzerland and we enjoy it.
Head over to the #hot111 charts and get your weekly fresh kicks.
Music is about emotions. We at starfrosch <3 videos. Long, short, queer, artistic, moving videos. That's why we were thinking about how to show you the best Creative Commons music videos.
First of all we tried to create starfrosch TV for you. We magically check the last 200 played tracks from starfrosch Radio and fire up a Youtube search and display you the found video. You can ZZzzap and skip forward to the next video. The result is not too exciting. To be honest, most of the videos are slideshows.
This lead us to a hand compiled real all ##music #ccvideo playlist on Youtube. We have compiled about 50 #ccvideo, which are quite entertaining and emotional. We love the result. We teamed up with cctrax.com, who helps us to compile the playlist. We will constantly add the latest #ccvideo to this playlist. If you miss a video, tweet us.[Update 8.12.2016, 16.30] Want to join the playlist and collaborate with us? Tweet us.
During December 2016, we are synchronizing our #hot111 charts with Youtube. For every of the 50’000 tracks, we do the trick to search on Youtube for a video and show it to you. We are looking forward to see the result.
What’s your vision with #ccmusicvideo. Come and share your thoughts with us.
Christoph Stiefel is a Swiss jazz pianist and composer based in Zurich. Active since more than 30 years, he ran through a unique development, beginning with a career start without any diploma of a musical academy.
In 2014, he was invited to play the 3rd Hauskonzert at chrigu’s home in Fribourg.
The next day we had an extensive conversation about jazz and everything. That’s why it took so long.
Today you will also play at Theatre du Bilboquet here in Fribourg. It is an evening with music and red wine. Do you like these variations of cultural events?
Maurizio Pollini, the Maestro from Milano, was invited by Lucerne Festival im Sommer to celebrate his 40th stage anniversary. After a difficult beginning of their collaboration he then came to Lucerne almost every year, and especially his work together with Pierre Boulez was always supposed to become Sternstunden at the Lake Lucerne.