More than 200,000 pilgrims throng the Camino de Santiago each year, walking a network of trails through northern Spain to the shrine of Saint James in Santiago de Compostela. Some are drawn by the challenge of a long-distance hike. Many walk in search of clarity as they process an illness, trauma or crisis of faith.
Dane Johansen hiked the Camino de Santiago in northern Spain while playing Bach’s suites for solo cello in churches along the way.
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In 2014, the Alaskan-born cellist Dane Johansen added a musical quest: Hiking the 600-mile path with his instrument strapped to his back, he recorded Bach’s six suites for solo cello in 36 churches along the way. Full story
Corinna da Fonseca-Wollheim (The New York Times) / May 9, 2018
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