What have you composed for? Or what medium do you work around?
Orchestra, Contemporary Ensembles, Other, web
What is your favorite genre or style of music?
Smooth Jazz, New Age, Neo-romanticism
Is music your main income source?
No - Not at all.
Where do you live?
About Me (MUST be more than 10 words to be approved):
- 32 years old
- Renal physician.
- Plays the piano whenever time allows, which means rarely. Used to be a good pianist, or so he thinks.
- Happy that he is surrounded by beautiful music on this site, even though he secretly harbors some envy.
- Definitely a Yamaha supporter, although he doesn't mind a well made Steinway.
- Has a thick skin but a weak heart, so feel free to criticize him to a certain extent. If he remains quiet it is a sign of silent myocardial infarction.
- Had been asked to take Haldol to improve his vibrato skills but does not have the patience to wait for extrapyrimidal symptoms to appear, and may worsen his inherent restlessness.
- Failed his music theory exams when young, no skill in harmony but would welcome any questions related to health of the forum members especially if pertains to kidney disease.
Piano: Recently his 9 year old P-120 decided to retire. Now has a Yamaha Mo8. Baby grand by Hallet and Davis.
Recorder: Tascam Dp -2
Software: Finale - unable to comprehend this monster >_< !
Guitar: Ovation celebrity
I live in Rockville, Maryland. Your tunes sound very interesting, do you have lyrics to any of them? In listening to some of them they evoke images and ideas. Maybe we could hook up someday and work on some tunes. Good luck with your music.
Thanks for stopping by and commenting. I did have some of my best works posted but I took them down to edit them.
I too am definitely a big Yamaha lover. I love playing the Yamaha pianos!!! As another pianist and I agreed....its like playing with thunder! Their pianos really suites my pianistic techniques and playing. We had a lot of Yamahas in the practice rooms at the conservatory and it was just heaven practicing on them.
Yamaha is definitely my first choice of pianos lol.
Thank you for the welcome, the kind words about my Judgement piece, and the encouragement. It means a lot and I appreciate you taking the time to check out my music. I also took a listen through your playlist and I'm really impressed... your pieces are quite beautiful and your playing is wonderfully expressive. I really enjoyed listening to them all. "Colors of our lives" and "Autumn in New York" I particularly enjoyed. Will be browsing your videos next.
Lovely stuff Kelvin, I enjoyed your works quite a bit! Very nice piano playing, I wish I had those kind of piano chops! You must be an amazing physician to be at Johns Hopkins, my sister who is an amazing mind, just got her PhD in clinical psychology and was turned down by Johns Hopkins, so she has taken her residency at CHOPS in Philly, where she is quite happy, but I understand what J.H. means, quite an accomplishment, and you music shows the excellence of your mind as well, glad to meet you here!
autumn in new york, has such an abandoned yet rich sound, i love this strength in how you play the chords, in such a signature sound, and it sounds like composition is easy for you....the recording production is nice but needs to be a little louder....
effortless and light, and your music has something to say, although its instrumental..
looking forward to hearing all these original works, congrats on your hard work