Tomaž Nedoh is an academic musician, a saxophonist and a professor of saxophone. Along with everything else, Tomaž is often connecting music with other areas of life. In cooperation with winemaker Aleš Kristančič – Movia he composed music that served as a new way of presenting wines. With his latest project MENU-ET EXPERIENCE (music in gastronomy), he connected food and music, but his main focus was the power of frequencies, tempo, duration of the phrase, articulation, timbre, height and of course the right style of music.
Q: What do you love about your job the most?
What I love the most is that it is about music.
Q: Where do you see the biggest opportunity in marketing and MICE industry?
The music is a perfect way to make gastronomy perfect, which is a perfect solution for everyone that like gastronomy and would like something more.
Q: How do you deal with marketing jungle on daily basis?
So far I don’t have a problem with it.
Q: How did the best events you attended so far make you feel?
It was in Regensburg in castle of the family Walderdorf and it was amazing.
PERSONAL – BACKGROUND
Q: Looking at your bucket list, what is the one thing that you really wish to cross off until the end of 2017?
I would like to start working with the best chefs in Slovenia.
Q: If you could have dinner with anyone (alive or dead), who would you have dinner with and why?
With my grandfather. Because I miss his stories so much.
Q: What would you share with our participants if you would have only one minute?
I would tell them that they should try out my project and that they will not regret it.
Q: What are you bringing to Conventa Crossover?
Something new and useful.