Music Without Quarantine – An Interview with Jose Elizondo

This is the interview no. 7 of the series “Music connects People” on Music Without Quarantine. The six previous interviews were with the Spanish harpsichordist Diego Ares, with the American bass & lutenist Joel Frederiksen, with the German cellist Benedict Klöckner, with the Peruvian pianist & bandoneonist Claudio Constantini, with the sisters and pianists Danae & Kiveli Doerken and with the Ukrainian and great pianist Anna Fedorova. On this occasion I had the opportunity to talk to the Mexican composer based in Boston José Elizondo. The story behind this interview is quite interesting. I hadn’t heard of José until a some weeks ago. He was part of the audience who follow us on Facebook every Wednesday in our online concerts. Meeting him online is the very proof that music connects people. Apart from working as an engineer specialized in artificial intelligence and voice recognition, José happened to be a composer as well. To make the story short, one of the musician participating in Music Without Quarantine, the cellist Benedict Klöckner, ended up playing Jose Elizondo’s work “The Dawn of Hope”. Here you are the interview. I hope you enjoy it as much as I did when we recorded it:

Interview with José Elizondo

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