Sarina Suno Quartet @ Thailand Cafe

Sarina Suno (Violin)
Hara Garacci (Guitar)
Ippei Ichimaru (Bass)
Marko Djordjevic (Drums)





The super big accident happened to Sarina. On the way out after she played at a club, she lost her footing on the stairs and fell 10 steps. She fell from her chin and it took five stitches at an ER to close up her wound. She said, when she fell, she instinctively protected her hands and her violin on her back. That was why she fell from her chin and her hands were saved. Oh well, chin and temple are the vital spots for human beings and also the first target for striking martial artists like boxers. If you strike a clean hit on those spots, you can KO the opponent quite easily, in other words, those spots are the easiest parts to damage brains.

Hey Sarina, we all know that you are not only a beautiful lady but also the die-hard professional musician, and believe me, I do understand as a fellow musician why you protected your hand, literally, for life, but I have to say as a long-time friend. You absolutely MUST put your hands on the ground and protect your head next time. You were lucky that you did not have a cerebral contusion or something when you dived from 10 steps on staircase and landed on your chin.

It was great for me to know that you were fully recovered from that.

She was playing the first half of the gig but because of her condition, we played as a trio for the second half.

Illustration: ウタノツバサ

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