Music gives me the freedom to explore my entire Self.
Growing up in a musical family means you always have a song playing in your head. The tricky part is finding the music that belongs in your heart.
In 1999, I met Sri Vasudeva and embarked on a search for meaning. But it wasn’t until a visit to his ashram in 2010 that I felt a thunderbolt hit me straight in the chest.
There, amidst the green hills of Trinidad, I found myself falling in love with the rhythm and words of ancient Sanskrit chants.
It’s a far journey from my roots as a classical pianist. And an even farther world from the Italian ballads I grew up hearing on my dad’s accordion.
That’s why Mantranima is so special to me. It gives me freedom to explore my entire Self.