It’s not very often it happens, but when it does – I stick to my intuition…
When I met Sardinian-born Italian pianist Fabio Tedde earlier this week at a bloggers event in central London, after sharing with what he does for a living and the fact that he’s played over 750 street pianos across the world (including Africa, American and Europe) – I knew there was something special about him!
As humble as he is, I was convinced that he has so much more to offer than he was letting on. So when he spontaneously invited me to join him at a “street piano” in Kings Cross St Pancras station that evening – I jumped at the chance!
There’s no doubt I’ll be helping the self-taught professional pianist with sharing his gift to the world though my love of connecting people through blogging! Watch this space!
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Join us for an evening with Fabio Tedde at Corus Hotel: 7pm – 11pm on 23rd March 2016 Address: 1 Lancaster Gate, London W2 3LG Near tube station: Lancaster Gate
Find out more about Fabio Tedde: www.pianistwithoutborders