All posts by: Natalia Pardalis

A non-musician friend of mine sent me this “conversation” or “interview (not sure what it is) where Ben Shapiro’s states that’s hip hop/rap is not music and asked me what I thought. It rather irritated me so I decided to...
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Recently, I discovered another great artist to watch for, I especially enjoyed his music video. Allow me to introduce you to …. Beser Music Enjoy our little interview … 1. Tell us about a bit about your background as a...
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Written by Amber Leigh Edited by Alyssa Von Wittgenstein   Many musicians – locally and in other provinces – are currently in the same position as British Columbian Musician Peter Tam during the CBC Searchlight competition. Everyone is waiting for round one to finish like a piece of...
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Pardalis Studio has been busy musicking since 2020 started! We had a wonderful time performing for Youth Unlimited with our Evening of Love – Part 2. It was a wonderful evening of jazz. Natalia and Akylina Pardalis are also honoured...
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So Super Bowl? Some of you have dropped me a line asking what I thought. It was also the first time that I actually watched the game as I was enticed by Buffalo wings and a meat feast which I...
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I’m always on the hunt to find artists who step out of the box to try to create something different. Recently, my friend Amrik Singh sent me an artist that he manages and I knew I needed to learn more...
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In September 2019, Pardalis Studio started having open mic afternoon at Cuatro Coffee in Surrey BC. It has been a great a way to meet wonderful artists in the lower mainland. We are excited to continue them — last Saturday...
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Proud to present Canada Music Week We believe that Canada Music week is am excellent way to bridge the music community between music educators, performers, composers, and music industry leader to create more a sense of a community regardless of...
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Strange title, wondering what I mean? Is this going a political driven blog? Nope! This is about party and personal branding behind the elections – things that probably effected your decision at the poll but you may or may not...
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This past summer when I was having dinner at my friends – The Bax Family – they introduced me to a wonderful young pianist and composer Fraser Jones. As a pianist, I don’t always like to listen to piano music...
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