Brooklyn, New York - January 15, 2017. It’s been over a month since Cordeone landed in Brooklyn, and he’s here today to tell you a little something about what it is to be in the Big Apple.
Since his arrival in November, Cordeone has had the pleasure of visiting one of the greatest cities in the world and seeing what makes it so special. From Brooklyn to Queens, he’s taken advantage of his stay not only as a tourist, but also to check out the music scene and hone his craft.
Brooklyn has been a very welcoming place for Cordeone, he says. Forte Greene, Park Slope, Prospect Park, the Brooklyn Bridge- they’ve all felt like home in a city that is often perceived by the rest of the world as vibrant, but cold. No mistake about it, New Yorkers can be rude and seem to have a hard time smiling; but there is still so much friendliness and openness. From the multitude of cultures that are represented to the cool vibes in the musical world, New York has a lot to offer to visitors like Cordeone.
Despite the mercurial character of New York, Cordeone has deeply appreciated what he’s seen of the music world here thus far. The passion and creativity of the musicians he’s met have inspired him in his own work and given him a new fire to bring to his projects.
With a month and a half left in New York, Cordeone is continuously looking to meet new musicians and hear what the city has to offer.