Musical Calligraphy can be understood as an improvised translation of sound into an artistic script. Unrestrained, dynamic and expressive, each work is the artist’s interpretation of a particular musical composition. Captured like in photography, the abstract language intimately reflects the artist’s current state of mind, mood and feeling, as well as the thoughts that appear while performing this artistic act. Musical Calligraphy visually freezes the very moment of expression. This “writing” noticeably appears in a calligraphic form, which comes from the artist’s long experience and inspirations derived from Chinese calligraphy; particularly from his favorite, expressive, running script.