Name: Jokūbas Maščinskas
- Instruments: Drums, piano, clarinet
- Experience: From the age of 12 I played in all kinds of bands, orchestras, projects, etc.
- Describe yourself: I am charismatic, I am not afraid of challenges, I wash the floor on Sundays. The most important thing is that the most important thing is the most important.
1. Tell us how and when did you realize you’re inclined to music?
I tried to leave music three times – every time after approximately a month I found that I got, even more, bogged down. After the third time, I realized I will not try to run away again.
2. Did your parents support your choice, or have you had difficulty moving toward your dream?
My parents led me to music school, they bought a clarinet (I played clarinet in my childhood), they also bought a piano, my parents even bought drum sticks when I have broken them every week, my parents took care of new plastics when I was playing with the pliers instead of the sticks, my parents encouraged me to study in college (I think you already understood where I was going).
3. What genre of music do you prefer?
I listen to quality music, I try not to take into account the genre, but I have always been fascinated by gospel music.
4. How do you see your future related to music? Do you want to learn something new, maybe you have new ideas?
I want to create – musician without creation only a craftsman.
5. What would you advise a man who would like to test himself in the music sphere, but has not yet decided? How should I encourage yourself to try and help unfold your desire?
You won’t know if you don’t try.