Gabriel Saro’s storied past in instrumental composition and film composition has resulted in two new singles that are both nostalgic and fresh. Collaborating with Charlotte Grisley, Saro has brought his unique blend of scientific and artistic influences to the forefront on “I Love The New Years Day” and “Come To My Place.”
Saro resides in Italy, where his passion for music has led him on a journey through multiple degrees and diplomas. He holds a degree in Business Administration, which may seem like an unlikely background for a musician, but it’s clear that his rational and scientific side is just as important to him as his artistic and creative side. It’s this blend of influences that makes Saro’s music so unique. In addition to his business degree, Saro also holds a diploma in violin and a master’s degree in composition for film music. His work as a film composer has earned him critical acclaim, and his skills as an instrumentalist have been praised by peers and critics alike. But Saro’s interests don’t stop at music. In 2012, he earned a master’s degree in neuro-linguistic programming, which has undoubtedly influenced his approach to music.
On “I Love The New Years Day,” Saro’s production skills and instrumental talents are on full display. The track has a soft ballad feel, reminiscent of early ’90s ballads, and Grisley’s lead vocals are strong and emotive. Saro’s warm guitar melody adds depth to the track, and his harmonies with Grisley are perfectly balanced. It’s a song that will make you feel all the feels and is a fantastic showcase of Saro’s skills as a producer. “Come To My Place” is a down-tempo pop song that highlights Saro’s skills as a film composer. Grisley’s vocals are hauntingly beautiful, and Saro’s production skills create a dreamlike atmosphere that perfectly complements the lyrics. The song is all about romance and yearning, and it’s easy to get lost in the emotion of the track.
Overall, Saro and Grisley’s collaboration on “I Love The New Years Day” and “Come To My Place” is a testament to Saro’s versatility as a musician. His background in both instrumental and film composition has clearly influenced his approach to music, and his unique blend of influences makes for a captivating listening experience. The tracks are both focused on the past (both in memory and in music) and yet they remain fresh, never losing themselves to nostalgia like so many new songs have fallen victim to. Saro’s production skills and instrumental talents shine throughout.
While Saro’s music may not be for everyone, as film composition is undoubtedly a niche market, there’s no denying that he’s a talented and versatile musician. His work as a film composer has earned him critical acclaim, and his skills as an instrumentalist and producer are equally impressive. Saro is a musician who’s always pushing boundaries and exploring new sounds and ideas, and “I Love The New Years Day” and “Come To My Place” are just the latest examples of his innovative approach to music.