HORU September 4, 2015


"My grandfather died when I was young, and after the funeral, I went home and we had a piano at the house. So I went to sit down at the piano and made a song about him. And I ended up performing it at a piano recital. And my grandma, the only thing I remember her saying to me, was 'thank you.' I don't know if I knew at that moment that I wanted to do composition, but I always loved the idea of creating music that could impact people in some way, or touch people emotionally."


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