Asaf Kolerstein Israeli Cellist /Musician

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By: Azad Karimi

I think that any kind of artistic movement needs to be funded and organized by the state or other large organization. I try to do my part in social media, making my music free for anyone who wants to listen.

 

Interview
Asaf Kolerstein
Israeli Cellist /Musician


By Azad Karimi

The cello is a noble music instrument.I think it. Its voice is unobtrusive and respectfull .If I write down a story about , I describe its such as a lonely Bavarian Gentleman on Salzach river bridge.

Asaf is a professional cellist. You don't have to be a musician, but if you have some musical understanding you accept my claim.
Of course, I don't enter the phase of exaggeration and claim because it is not in my specialty.

Asaf Kolerstein is a Gentleman. He has a attractice carachter.
When you compare the positive points of his art and personality, you see it as equal and harmonious.And this is his characteristic. Of course, He is also explicit. He speaks his mind openly.

And that he has a lot of knowledge and awareness.

The world is lucky to have amazing people like Asaf.
I wish him the best. With my honor!

Azad Karimi. Vestland, Norway

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1. please present yourself ( Name, education, Civil status and...):
Asaf Kolerstein, principal cellist of the State Orchestra of Mexico

  1. what is your artistic specialize?
    I am a musical artist, specializing in classical cello.
  2. When and how did you become interested in this field of art?
    I grew up in a household were culture of all kinds were always present: museums, theater, dance, books, and music. I had a natural talent for expressing myself through music, and was always drawn to the cello.
  3. Who was your motivator?
    As a young boy, I saw Christopher Nupen's film about Jaqueline du Pré and knew that music and the cello would be an important part of who I am.

5.What was your parents reaction?
My parents were always supportive, and continue to be so. They are an important part of my musical world.

  1. when started you such as a professional artist?
    I studied music rather intensely from a young age, but did not make a conscious decision to become a professional musician until after finishing my first university degree.
  2. Are you thankful and happy because of your activities as an artist? I am incredibly thankful for the gift of being able to live through music. At the beginning, music was what I did, but over time, music has become what defines me.
  3. How you see the view?
    Unfortunately, currently, all culture is suffering from lack of support. I think that music and art should be part of the educational curriculum, and supported by the state; we have to decide what kind of human beings we want to our children to become.
  4. Can you become one part of the artistic movement for motivation in youth or new generation in your country and so than?
    I think that any kind of artistic movement needs to be funded and organized by the state or other large organization. I try to do my part in social media, making my music free for anyone who wants to listen.
  5. How can you help our world become a better place to live?

I think the world would be a better place if we were more empathic, accepting, and sensitive to the needs of the poor and needy in our communities and the world. Unfortunately, the leaders in many countries do not hold these values. It is our duty, where we can, to vote for leaders who help everyone, not just themselves.

  1. Have you more word to say or a suggestion for our readers?
    Be generous and kind. In these times of Covid, be careful, be patient, and look for the beauty in little things.

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