Simon | Mount Roskill

“I think that would be my mother, Eileen. She’s a really nice person and she always is really intelligent to be with, and I always enjoy her company. My mother has influenced me because her kind nature, and her ability to listen is conducive to my musical activities.

I grew up in New Windsor and I had a good education. I got a degree with honours in music. I’m a clarinet player, but I also like to diversify and do other instruments like the piano, which I’m enjoying. I find the piano music really enjoyable and an enjoyable experience. What makes me tick is enjoying the company of other people, and facing up to challenges and I also enjoy things like art and writing, because they’re creative.

Yes, I think it’s important that everyone are equal in life, and that everyone in the world has a right to a warm, happy life. I think women have a lot of wisdom and women in leadership positions tend to be reliable for people, regardless of whether they’re rich or poor for example. I enjoyed the women from my orchestras; they’re always talented musicians, which puts you into meeting of challenges, like when they produce fine pitching, it’s enjoyable to tune in with them. I remember growing up with my mum always being kind and friendly to be with, and which was an ideal environment to practice your clarinet with.”

Have Your Say

What, if anything, have you done differently after visiting this site?

Related Stories

Pin It on Pinterest