Hope you’re well.
I’m very sorry for the loss of your friend: you have my heartfelt condolences during this difficult time. I didn’t know Ede Wright but I’m sure he was a great person, as you touchingly described in your blog.
I’ll finally be back touring after a few setbacks: first an injured shoulder, then I had a bike accident on October 8th, just before a European tour, in which I broke 8 ribs! Very, very, painful.
I’ll tour with the California Guitar Trio, playing my solo project “Simple Music for Difficult People”. I will also join them during the last part of the show.
I really hope there is one near you, as I would love to meet you again.
Kanashimi | Fabio Mittino
I would like to share with you my new composition from the album “Simple Music for Difficult People Vol.4”.
I think this song expresses both love and melancholy. For this reason, I titled it “Kanashimi”, which in Japanese usually means sadness. However, if Kanashimi is written 愛しみ instead of 哀しみ, it means love.
Everything is played in real time!
I’ll be touring the West Coast this July, but I’ll be on the East Coast this winter: I hope to be able to meet you again!
Fabio Mittino | Live
Fabio Mittino emailed me from Milan, Italy. He will be performing live on his S2 guitar this afternoon at 2 PM. Fabio is astutely utilizing Eventbrite technology to broadcast live to the world from his home, despite quarantine. See you there…
HOW IT WORKS: RSVP by selecting REGISTER. You will receive an email with a link for the concert. Tune in at the concert time. The artist will provide you information to support them through an online donation via a service like PayPal or Venmo. Donations for house concerts typically range from $10-20, more for ensembles.There is NO PAYWALL.
In this challenging time we’re all going through, we are working to connect people in isolation, support working musicians, but also be sensitive that many people are taking a huge financial hit. This may not be a good time for you to contribute. We still invite you to join us. We’re all in this together.
Fabio Mittino started his musical journey at the age of 13 with classical guitar. Robert Fripp’s Guitar Craft expanded those horizons and led to various bands, session work and collaborations with Bert Lams of California Guitar Trio. Precision with delicacy marks his style, Fabio moves effortlessly between acoustic and electric guitars and sensitive to powerful approach to his instruments. He plays original music on electric guitar with his own solo project, “Simple Music For Difficult People” and with Bert Lams of California Guitar Trio, playing the music of Gurdjieff/De Hartmann arranged for guitars.
Fabio Mittino | (Video)
Fabio Mittino continues his journey into the mechanized miniature steampunk world of Simple Music for Difficult People. His S2 6-string guitar is configured to achieve a specific range of tones via Q-Tuner pickups and alternate tunings combined with his signature precision picking technique.