I’ve always tried not to get bored during my job as a performer.
It might seem a little presumptuous, but the things that actually get me to wake up every day are the constant thirst for knowledge and the curiosity for learning and experimenting.
The use of the piano, the Fender Rhodes, the Hammond, the synthesizers, the live electronics has the purpose of taking the listener to places that are being created at that exact moment.
The recordings, when they are available, bring back only a small part of the “here and now”.
Based on that, I love playing solo or with musicians that believe and share with me the beauty of these intuitions and that use them as dialogue during the performances.
I often sit at the piano as an accompanist, particularly with singers or other instrumentalist, using my ability to share calmness, confidence and ideas.