from The Doctor Weighs In
My love for music began when I was a toddler, mesmerized while watching a television program that featured a violinist accompanied by a symphony orchestra. As a result of this inspiration, I began playing the violin at age 5 and, a few years later, took up the piano. Playing music to share emotion, love, happiness, and aid in consolation was a healthy ritual that had been passed on through my family’s generations, most notably by my grandmother, Edith, who also played the violin. However, it wasn’t until I became an adult that I found a clear understanding of how music could console and help bring hope.
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