Mihran Kalaydjian has been a constant supporter of my blog as well as many others in the blogging community. I just read Nicholas C. Rossis’ interview of Mihran and was particularly impressed by this statement made by Mihran:
“The experience at my parents’ house in Jerusalem, Israel marked the beginning — in my memory anyway — of a journey full of curiosity and a passion for coming closer to the sense of the mystery of life that revealed itself so gently to me that morning.
“It no doubt opened the soft place within me from which the music seems to rise — a place of felt grace and communion, of not being separate. The themes and concepts in psychology and spirituality – and the way in which music helps us open to the deeper truth sometimes held within them — often found their way into my conversations with people. I guess I could say it became my heartbeat.”
Originally posted on Nicholas C. Rossis:
Today I’m sharing with you an unusual interview. For the first time, I’m not featuring an author, but a musician. You may have seen Mihran Kalaydjian hanging about and leaving comments. I listened to his music and was fascinated by it. So, I decided to find out about this musician who has such a passion for reading!
Hi Mihran, it’s good to have you here. Your music style combines east and west. Would you like to tell us more about you and your music? What inspires you?
This is also a difficult question, as whatever I might think of it may not have any relation to what someone hears.
Playing the piano has always been one of my greatest passions. During my childhood, while being influenced by other masters of music, pianists and composers, I started teaching myself to play, developing my own style over a span of 25…
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