I was born in January 1980, and I’m the youngest of seven siblings in my family.
When I was a child, when I listened to music, it made me dream. I loved that. Now, when I listen to music—nothing has changed. It gives me energy for life and creativity. It gives me courage.
Music is energy. Motivation. Music is not separate from life—music is an essential part of life.
Emotion over technique. Playing with the heart and soul.
Chopin and Paganini. When I listen to these two, the sound is so huge. Something unattainable, virtuoso. As for performers, Itzhak Perlman, Augustin Hadelich, and Glenn Gould come to mind.
Patience is the key to teaching. After that, you need to find each student’s need for music— what needs to be developed—and then supply it. The student is first.
It’s a good feeling to share my experience and expertise with others. Through my hard work, I try to show my students the best way to learn. At all times, my goal is to lift students to higher levels.
Music is a good life. It relaxes you, teaches you discipline and patience, and is enjoyable.
I’ve had a lot of teachers, but the best ones taught me more than music. They taught me why music is so important for people and how it’s a way of life. I can refer to PEYMAN YAZDANIAN and MARC DESTRUBÉ
Classical music, of course. Jazz music, rock music. After violin and piano, electric guitar is my favourite. I’m a classical musician at heart but somewhere inside me there is a rock musician.
Art is more similar to music than you might think. Playing music, images move through my mind. It’s part of the dream. Likewise, when someone makes a painting or film, it might have a soundtrack. Painting needs patience, just like music, and discipline to learn and improve.
Hard work has brought us to this point, and I know that hard work will bring us further along. Every day I strive for more professional results. We’ve got big plans for the development of our school and performances.