Musician - Educator - Arts Advocate

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Have you ever had an out of body experience that sent chills down your spine, a moment that you could never forget, no matter how hard you tried? I had such an experience when I was twelve years old. I remember the exact moment and can vividly recall every detail with all of my senses. In that moment, I discovered my calling to become a musician. As years have passed, my understanding of that epiphany has grown deeper.

I could not agree more with the sentiments of Joseph Conrad on the condition of art. If the musician, or perhaps more accurately, the artist, is to succeed; "they shall arrest, for the space of a breath, the hands busy about the work of the earth, and compel men entranced by the sight of distant goals to glance for a moment at the surrounding vision of form and colour, of sunshine and shadows; to make them pause for a look, for a sigh, for a smile — such is the aim, difficult and evanescent. But sometimes, even that task is accomplished. And when it is accomplished — behold! — all the truth of life is there: a moment of vision, a sigh, a smile — the return to an eternal rest, and, perhaps, also that glimpse of truth for which we have forgotten to ask."

I believe in the power of the arts. Even more ardently however, I believe in the power of an arts education. I believe in its ability to enrich young minds and foster kinship among all people. Join me in the mission to spread beauty and goodness throughout the world. Read more here.

 

Upcoming Events

 Mr. Law performing with The Cleveland Institute of Music Chamber Orchestra

Mr. Law performing with The Cleveland Institute of Music Chamber Orchestra

 Mr. Law and Choristers of St. Paul's Akron at Ely Cathedral, UK

Mr. Law and Choristers of St. Paul's Akron at Ely Cathedral, UK

"Litanies" Jean Alain