5 Places You Should Have Played Cajon At
The dream of every musician is to play music on the most beautiful places on Earth. We show you a few places you should have played Cajon at:
#1 In between sheep Nature, fresh air and music on green hills.
#2 At sunset on a coast in Japan You probably know the Sela Cajon artist Ross McCallum. The australian percussion player is famous for taking his Cajon to the most exotic places around Australia. This time he took his Cajon to Japan and had a session during sunset. This looks like the dream for a spontaneous session:
#3 On the Chinese Wall Serena Chen is also well-known for every Sela fan. She is a very enthusiastic percussionist and blogger. Her constant companion is - of course her Cajon. Therefore this snapshot was taken on the chinese wall. - Jealous!
#4 On a tropical island Summer, sun, beach - that is what dream holidays stand for. Why not combine it with making music? That‘s also what Cajon artist Thomas Brucke thought and took his Cajon on holiday to the Caribbian. SUMMER, SUN, SELA!
#5 In the Alps The complete opposite to a tropical island, but not less breathtaking is a white mountain backdrop. Snow, cold and a wonderful view rounded off with a little concert. The following picture was send via facebook from Marco infelici.