Michel Tirabosco is convinced that music is an essential part of life. At the age of 8 he hears for the first time the Adagio of the Concerto in D minor for two violins by J.S. Bach. It is an emotional revelation. He is fascinated by such beauty and purity. His father, a baritone, takes him to the Opera early on. At home they listen to Verdi, Puccini, Bizet... Due to his handicap, Michel chooses the virtually only instrument suited for him. His flute is to become his devoted friend, his confidant, his puzzle at times!
For him, to play music is truly a way of life, as he considers music to be an intrinsic quest of himself. Fascinated by the tone he constantly thrives to achieve a perfect equilibrium between technique, musicality and bodily harmony. In all simplicity, Michel Tirabosco will relate his life with its three main components: he is a musician, a husband and father as well as a handicapped person. He will also present his panpipes, drawing a note or two from it here and there. Should you want to organize a concert combined with anecdotes from Michel Tirabosco's life, please do not hesitate to contact him for further information.