Way to go, kid!

Uploaded on Sep 13, 2011

Five year old Akim Camara playing Felix Mendelssohn’s ‘Dance of the Fairies’ with André Rieu and his Johann Strauss Orchestra.

In 2004 – when Akim was only 3 years old – he already performed Ferdinand Kuchler’s violin concertino in G, opus 11 with André in the Netherlands. Followed by a brief encore performance. Akim exited stage right after two massive standing ovations.

With his uncanny ability to memorize a musical piece after hearing it only once or twice, Akim’s talent developed rapidly and his youthful enthusiasm and passion for the violin only grew.

This time Akim was performing a more complex piece, Dance of the Fairies, at New York City’s Radio City Music Hall with an appropriately bigger violin. He also sang “Pie Jesu” with Carla Maffioletti.

The clip is taken from the DVD André Rieu Live in New York City.

For tour dates visit: http://www.andrerieu.com


Genderbent Version of the clip from Disney’s “Frozen” – ‘Let it go’

Published on Jun 29, 2014

This clip is a genderbent version of the clip from Disney’s “Frozen”, where Elsa’s sings “Let it go”. This is what it would look like if Elsa were King. Thanks a lot to Nate Smith for the awesome rock cover of Let It Go and juliajm15 and dorodraws for the wonderful male Elsa character designs.

Enjoy! 🙂 “Let It Go” is an original song by Kristen Anderson-Lopez and Tony Robert Lopez and is sung by Idina Menzel.

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10 Magical Effects Music Has On the Mind

10 Magical Effects Music Has On the Mind

10 Magical Effects Music Has On the Mind

Every fan of music knows the tremendous power it can have over both thoughts and emotions. Great music can transform an ordinary day into something magical, even spiritual. It can provide solace, release, strong sensations and more. But music’s influence spreads further still: right up from our genetic code, through our thoughts and bodies and out into how we relate in groups.

Credits: PSY Blog, written by psychologist Dr. Jeremy Dean

Tigress Shark – Woman Dances with Tiger Sharks


In a performance protest against the Australian shark cull and the global slaughter of sharks, a woman risks it all to dance on the sea floor with swarms of tiger sharks up to 17 feet long without any dive or protective gear.

PLEASE sign our petition to stop the Australia shark cull:

And the message, “End the War on Sharks” resonates throughout this piece….

Australian Hannah Fraser, the world’s most celebrated mermaid/underwater model and a dedicated conservationist, decided to dive head-first into the battle and make a profound statement in opposition to her government’ shark cull philosophy. Teaming up with Emmy Award winning cinematographer and photographer Shawn Heinrichs, and the world’s leading authority on interactions with large “predatory” sharks, Jim Abernethy, the trio embarked on a dangerous mission, the likes of which has never before been attempted.

Their objective – to present these magnificent creatures in a true and positive light by capturing iconic imagery of Hannah face-to-face with a massive 15 foot tiger shark, her hand resting gently on it’s massive head. What made this shoot entirely unique was that Hannah was devoid of any scuba or free-dive gear, dressed only in a tiny costume and airbrush body paint to create the perfect artistic vision. Without mask, fins or any sort of protective gear, she had to rely solely on her skills, training and experience, along with the diligent support of her expert team, to ensure the shoot went off without a hitch. There was no room for error, as one mistake could have resulted in severe injury or worse. Despite the risks, the team was resolute in their mission to create the most groundbreaking imagery to oppose not only the Australia shark cull, but also the global slaughter of sharks.

In a knee-jerk response to several shark attacks off the west coast of Australia, the West Australian (WA) government implemented a shark cull to make beaches “safe” again for bathers. Despite intense domestic and international opposition, and overwhelming scientific evidence disproving the effectiveness and justification for the cull, the WA government remained resolute in carrying out the cull. Among the species most effected are Tiger Sharks, and despite the critical ecological role this species plays, and the fact that their numbers have already been severely depleted throughout their range, and having just concluded the initial cull period, the government appears committed to reinstating the cull when they deem “appropriate. Premier Colin Barnett claimed the policy has been a success, stating ‘They were tiger sharks. They are proven around the world to be a dangerous shark.’

Imagery of this nature has never been seen before, and the team believes it will surely bring significant international attention to the global plight of sharks. This is just one exciting chapter in Hannah and Shawn’s journey to bring these stories of inspiration to the planet, with the goal of putting a stop to destruction of our oceans. Their journey together will be told in a new feature film “Tears of a Mermaid” to be released next year.

Music by Phutureprimitive – Enemy (feat. Jillian Ann)

To discover how the team pull off this incredible shoot, go to:

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Ingrid Michaelson – Girls Chase Boys

When You Sexualize Men And Women Equally, It’s Amazing How Much Fun You Can Have” is the title given to the video on Upworthy.com by Rebecca Eisenberg and Megan Kelley.

Published on Feb 4, 2014
Find “Girls Chase Boys” on iTunes: http://smarturl.it/IMLightsOut

Official Music Video for Ingrid’s Single “Girls Chase Boys” from the upcoming album “Lights Out” Available April 15th!

Lights Out Tour begins April 21st! Dates & Tix Here: http://www.ingridmichaelson.com/shows

“Girls Chase Boys”
Written by Ingrid Michaelson, Barry Dean and Trent Dabbs
Directed by Andrew Elvis Miller
Producer: Amy Elvis Kiehl Miller
Director of Photography: Dylan Steinberg
Choreographer: Natasha Hugger

Watch the original Robert Palmer “Simply Irresistible” video that inspired Ingrid’s version here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UrGw_c…
Original Director: Terence Donovan
Original Choreographer: Jeff Thacker

All the broken hearts in the world still beat

Lets not make it harder than it has to be
Ooooooh it’s all the same thing
Girls chase boys chase girls

All the broken hearts in the world still beat
Lets not make it harder than it has to be
Ooooooh it’s all the same thing
Girls chase boys chase girls

I’m a little let down, but I’m not dead
There’s a little bit more that has to be said
oh oooh
you play me, now I play you, too
Lets just call it over

All the broken hearts in the world still beat
Lets not make it harder than it has to be
Oooooh its all the same thing
Girls chase boys chase girls
Girls chase boys chase girls

Chase girls chase boys chase boys chase girls

Im a little bit home, but I’m not there yet
Its one to forgive but its hard to forget
Don’t call me, I won’t call you, too
Lets just call it over

All the broken hearts in the world still beat
Lets not make it harder than it has to be
Oooooh it’s all the same thing
Girls chase boys chase girls
Girls chase boys chase girls

chase girls chase boys chase boys chase girls

I got two hands one beating heart
And I’ll be alright I’m gonna be alright

Yeah I got two hands one beating heart
And I’ll be alright, I’m gonna be alright
Gonna be alright

All the broken hearts in the world still beat
Lets not make it harder than it has to be
Oooooh it’s all the same thing
Girls chase boys chase girls
Girls chase boys chase girls
Girls chase boys chase girls
Girls chase boys chase girls

Find “Girls Chase Boys” on iTunes: http://smarturl.it/IMLightsOut


Disney’s Frozen’s “Let It Go” – In 25 Languages!

Published on Apr 1, 2014
Available now on Digital HD and Blu-ray
Get the Frozen soundtrack on iTunes -http://smarturl.it/fsa1

I found this and thought it would be good to share for those who are curios about what languages this song was sung in! 😀

French – Libérée, délivrée – Freed, Released
German – Lass jetzt los – Let Go Now
Dutch – Laat het gaan – Let It Go
Mandarin – 随它吧 (Suí tā ba) – Let It Be
Swedish – Slå Dig Fri – Free Yourself
Japanese – ありのままで (Ari no Mama de) – As I Am
Latin American Spanish – Libre Soy – I’m Free
Polish – Mam tę moc – I Have This Power
Hungarian – Legyen hó – Let There Be Snow
Castilian Spanish – ¡Suéltalo! – Drop it!
Catalan – Vol volar – It wants to fly
Italian – All’alba sorgerò – I Will Rise at the Dawn
Korean – 다 잊어 – Forget Everything
Serbian – Сад је крај” (Sad je kraj) – Now It’s the End
Cantonese – 冰心鎖 (Bing sam soh) – Ice Heart Lock
Portuguese – Já Passou – It Has Passed
Malaysian – Bebaskan – Set It Free
Russian – Отпусти и забудь” (Otpusti i zabud’) – Let Go and Forget the Past
Danish – Lad Det Ske – Let It Happen
Bulgarian – Слагам край (Slagam kray) – I’m Putting an End
Norwegian – La Den Gå – Let It Go
Thai – ปล่อยมันไป (Ploi Man Pai) – Let It Go
French Canadian – Libérée, délivrée – Freed, Released
Flemish – Laat Het Los – Let Go

Which Version of Frozen’s “Let It Go” Is More Relatable?

Which Version of Frozen’s “Let It Go” Is More Relatable?


Certain lines are going to be mentioned throughout this article. If you wish to see them, click here for the original version sung by Idina Menzel and click here for the remake sung by Demi Lovato. The videos were put at the top not only for your convenience, but also because they, too, are going to be discussed.

Now, I’m gonna start off by saying that the two versions are spectacular by themselves, but when a comparison is done, one of them will reign supreme.