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In my life, the purpose of composition has been to bring some of the subjective reality of the soul onto the material world.

Much of what I write is inspired by sacred texts, and I believe this is because music is a tool for connecting us with a reality prior to discourse, a reality beyond human understandings about existence.

Although music is not a religion in itself, it can serve as an instrument for re-connection (religare) which, for me, serves its highest purpose.

In my journey so far, I’ve been fortunate to learn from masters such as Luc Van Hove, while doing my master’s in composition at KU-Leuven in Belgium; I also learned a great deal from other masters outside the academic context such as Egberto Gismonti and Antonio Guerreiro.

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