Pavel has only one CD out for his music, but does perform often when the right piano comes along. That’s generally a tuned one.
The CD, “Just Lost In Thought” was recorded in 2004. There are total of nine tunes. Eight of those tunes are complete originals and one cover tune that has been become quite popular with fans. Three of those songs are dedicated to loved ones that have moved onto the other realm of life. “Dragi Tata” is the first tune on the album and it’s composed as a homage to his father. Vasa Vili Sfera was an extraordinary man who had endured the kind of struggles written in history books or by famous authors. A beautiful humble man who didn’t have many words to say…but let the hum of his actions be his conversation piece. The CD will move your, the artist comments of each song will inspire you to hopefully touch your soul in a deep and meaningful way.
Private performances are available. Pavel’s CD are available through the mail or via email.
He can be contacted directly at: email@example.com
Pavel Sfera is "Just lost in Thought"
Pavel’s music has been called “mesmerizing”, “deep”, “soulful”, “enlightening”, “captivating”, and “moving”. Pavel is honored that people all over enjoy his style of classically influenced solo piano compositions. He has been an avid fan of instrumental music since learning the guitar at 15 and being involved in religious choral music throughout his life. “Bringing melodic sound to the ears is such an extraordinary place to be. You just feel incredibly present and wonderfully lost at the same time”, says Pavel. He doesn’t always know where the music comes from, but he just feels the need to hear the sound of a well-crafted instrument played from himself or others.
Originally Romanian from the Republic of Yugoslavia, Pavel’s musical world has been infused with Eastern European gospel choral singing through his religiously devout upbringing. And of course some rebellion of classic rock and roll in his teens. But his late teens created a taste developed for the more historical periods of music. He became of a big fan of Ella Fitzgerald, Billie Holiday, Frank Sinatra, Louis Prima, Artie Shaw, Glen Miller, Roy Orbison, Mozart, Chopin, Vivaldi, and many more musical artists of the ages. He was also an avid fan of Luciano Pavarotti and even followed his footsteps that led him to operatic vocal training for five years. But it was piano that really inspired his soul when he was alone. “It’s the only place where I can say something without having words come out of my mouth. It was honest conversations that I couldn’t have in real language that one gets from daily chatter with others.”