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AyseDeniz Gokcin (Turkey)

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Honorary member of the Cultural Association "Floydseum"

 

Multilingual Turkish pianist, composer and arranger, famous for performing the music of Pink Floyd. She graduated in piano at the Eastman School of Music in Rochester, New York, and got a master at the Royal Academy of Music in London, UK. As a classical pianist, the purpose of AyseDeniz is to unite the audience of classical and rock music in both formal and non-classical venues all over the world. After three of her piano arrangements of Pink Floyd's songs, in the style of Franz Liszt, she has become viral and has attracted the attention of progressive rock listeners, being also reviewed on Pink Floyd's official Facebook page. At the request of enthusiasts, she completed the album "Pink Floyd Classical Concept" which she performed in several countries including Italy. Her limited and autographed albums are available on her online shop, her digital tracks are available on iTunes and her live performances on Music Notes.

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Mauro Fagnani (Italy)

Founder member of the Cultural Association "Floydseum"

 

Always in the world of collectors dedicated to Pink Floyd, he has over time become one of the most well-known and appreciated collectors of material related to the band. He includes in its portfolio many collaborations with famous fanzines and authors of books; in the 90s, it was, along with Alberto Durgante and Nicola De Cal, co-editor of the fanzine "Time" and in the last 5 years, it has become co-editor and head of the news section and promotion of the note and estimated fanzine "Heyou."

For this fanzine, in addition to those tasks, it also manages relationships with record companies and with the national and international press.

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Adrian Maben (UK)

Honorary member of the Cultural Association "Floydseum"

 

Director of Scottish origins, he lives and works in France. He is known for having filmed a documentary series about some world famous artists and for having directed between 1971 and 1973, a film in the history of Pink Floyd: "Pink Floyd Live at Pompeii." For the few who do not know, this is a documentary film-recorded concert in the amphitheater of Pompeii, which in 1974 - for cinemas - went enriched with some images taken from a recording of "The Dark Side of moon "that is the Abbey Road Studios.

This feature has always been a unique masterpiece and it is certainly, in its own right, one of the main icons on the British rock group.

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Werner Haider (Austria)

Honorary member of the Cultural Association "Floydseum"

 

Great collector and fan of Pink Floyd, he was the editor of the well-known Austrian-German fanzine "Pulse and Spirit". In addition, following the trend of the times, he gave birth eponymous site, pulse-and-spirit.com, which has become the undisputed reference point for all the “floydian” fans of the German language.

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