The subtle humor of the Kitty band was always there, but now I wanted to take it to the next level. I wanted something that would bring in the chuckle. As I longed to have a guest musician, an outsider among the kitties for the longest time, I thought this would be the perfect opportunity.
I imagined a renowned artist. A virtuoso. Someone who plays his solo in the symphony with abandonment, with liberated feeling and thus invites purer, mellower melodies than anyone has ever been able to. An artist who keeps his fingers on the pulse of the music, and before whom even the great conductor, Mr. Moustein bows in respect.
And then I saw him! I saw his facial expression and gestures as he plays. I saw him next to a great statuesque harp that already suggest whom we have before our eyes. I mean, a harp solo is very rare, but this artist is even rarer! Please welcome THE harp player.