Classical music is my blood and veins. I have been growing up playing an instrument. I started playing the cello at the age of six, then — after a year — I exchanged the cell for the violin.

I saw my sister playing and practicing the violin. I loved hearing her practicing. Sometimes I joined her violin lessons. Her teacher made me a paper violin, so I can play it too. I remember it was a purple one. All four sisters played an instrument. My father plays the guitar.

This time, an ode to The Countertenor, a very often forgotten voice instrumentalist.