What makes you passionate about being an Accompanist?
I really love to work with people, that makes me fun and delightful.
Why do you want a career as an accompanist?
Because I have written many songs.
I want to join theire lesson, then I could learn about other instrument, and also teaching method. I think everything is journey for my musical life.
What is your greatest strength?
What is your greatest weakness?
Actually, I am not naturally talented musician, but I did my best. Even though it looks impossible.
For example, previous my church director gave me suddenly brass quintet accompaniment piece for big church event.
I almost stayed up on the organ bench during 2 weeks. At that time, I was taking 15 credits. But, I did very well.
After recital, every body was happy including me. My greatest strength is just endless effort.
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