Tom Aurea

the 1st CD of Berlins-Keyboarder...

here you can listen to "Bankog Nights":


Growing up in Hamburg, he initially dealt with guitar playing and painting. His quaint styles were Cubism, Surrealism and Space Art, on the guitar blues, rock and metal.
In 2005 he moved to Berlin, shortly thereafter followed first art exhibitions where he presented his paintings from oil.
This was followed by two awards and the first art prize in Torgau.
In 2008, he played in the hard rock band Ampfire as a bass guitarist and began to deal with the synthesizer.
His musical listening habits are in jazz, Esbjörn Svenson Trio, Thelonious Monk, Charlie Parker,
in classical music, Bach, Jean Baptiste Lully,
in Blues and Rock, Muddy Waters, Jon Lee Hoocker, Neil Young, Gratfull Dead, The Doors
in New Age music, Jean Michael Jarre, Vangelis, Manuel Götsching, Gert Emmens, Bernd Kistenmacher and Robert Schröder.
I like to do things that in the end reflect an overall picture, I like to be my own master and do things the way I see them!
My music is my child that no one can take away from me.
The experimenting with sounds until something is at the end I like it and if the people out there like it, the better.

I have a dream ... a hut by the lake in the forest somewhere in the northwest, there in the harmonious, spiritual calm to recharge your batteries for new ideas.

The perfect place for musical leisure! Life is too short to waste it senselessly!