Samsara is, for several oriental cultural manifestations, the repetitive and re-occurring cycle of life, death and rebirth; it stands for a continuous drift through the various modes of existence. For Tiago, then, Samsara works as a metaphor for the flux of human creativity and how it influences our perception of reality while at the same time positing new challenges and difficulties. Since his first release, in 2006, Tiago Sousa has been consistently developing his very own aesthetics; through his relatively large body of work, we can identify an artist on the search for his own expression and identity. Samsara follows two largely successful endeavors, both centered on the piano: Insónia
and Walden Pond’s Monk.
Recorded in Lisbon at Namouche Estudio by Joaquim Monte and mastered in Berlin at D&M by Andreas [LUPO] Lubich.
Produced, composed and preformed
on piano by Tiago Sousa.