• Instruments: Vocals, some Guitar and Piano.
  • Expertenion: I secretly sang alone at home from the age of 14, a 15-year-old friend pulled me out of the house to the studio in Rusy, and then with the group already to the stage. In 2019, I graduated with a bachelor’s degree in musical theater.
  • Describe yourself: I was born with the vein of an artist, I cannot imagine my life without music, dance and theater. I’ve been playing music since I was a teenager. Values: sincerity, freedom and responsibility. Among the quiet-the most eccentric, among the eccentrics – the calmest. An indefatigable on-site adventurer and nature lover. A chameleon that adapts to the environment vibe.

1.     Tell us how and when did you realize that you were inclined to music?

I vividly remember the moment when I saw a clip for Paramore’s song “Misery Business” on MTV. At that moment, I discovered my ideal and began to sing. After a while, I also dyed my hair red like the singer of that group. In general, my taste for music was formed by my parents and my older sister, to whom, of course, I always wanted to compare, but I am the first musician in the family.

2.     Did your parents supported your choice, or have you had difficulties moving towards your dream?

My parents and now at heart — free hippie birds and music lovers. Since I did not abandon the hobby Sciences, self-pressure was even encouraged. Through music and theater, I found the key to my own freedom and warm community. My parents did not forbid me to go against my vocation, after all, this is my life, although they encouraged me to choose a “serious” profession. After school, I entered acting, but realizing that I still wanted to go closer to music, I chose an intermediate option – musical theater. I always felt only support from my parents.

3.     What genre of music do you prefer?

One genre is impossible to fly away. Rock, soul, jazz, pop, musical, reggae, folk… anyway, I listen to a great variety of music, from electronics to classics.

4.     How do you see your future related to music? Do you want to learn something new, maybe you have new ideas?

I look at my future dynamically and flow where the current takes me. Improvement is a life-long process. At this time, I was brought to the role of teacher, at the same time I know that in teaching I will never stop learning myself. I dream of creating and performing my own music, creating with a band.

5.     What advice would you give to someone who would like to test himself in the realm of music but has not yet made up his mind. How to encourage you to test yourself and help unfold your desire?

If there is a feeling of ardor in the heart, you need to follow that impulse, allow yourself to try and play everything, turn on the newcomer’s curiosity to learn. Although this path is not easy, progress will come with consistent small steps. The main thing is to believe and go forward with concentration, but also relaxed and enjoy the journey. Do not forget to record your progress, because after a few years it is very fun to look at Old records and understand how much you have improved.