Interview with Christopher Tignor of Slow Six

Adam Costa: How did you first become exposed to and interested in classical music as a child?  It seems like classical music has had a significant effect on your work as a member of Slow Six. Christopher Tignor: The short answer is my mother.  She got me playing violin when I was three years old, and the rest of my brothers were all signed up … [Read more...]

Slow Six – Tomorrow Becomes You

Rock bands with a jones for classical music are nothing new to us; ever since the Beatles set aside their guitars to make room for the string octets on “Yesterday” and “Eleanor Rigby,” popular music has flirted with – and in some cases, gone head over heels for – the sounds of Mozart and Beethoven. Yet whether your point of reference is Jimmy Page … [Read more...]