As a student at the University of Birmingham in the 1970s, I would listen to many classical instruments, but none would be the kind of guitar I would play.
I remember being told that they were too expensive and expensive to be played.
I was also told that classical music was the worst thing to listen to, because it would cause all sorts of problems.
So I never had the opportunity to learn the music of a great composer like Johann Sebastian Bach or Mozart.
It was also at Birmingham where I first heard a very distinctive instrument called a flute, and it was a great introduction to the instrument.
When I was about 10 years old, I saw a performance of the flute at the Opera House, where it was performed by a young singer named Elizabeth Taylor.
She performed the piece, “La Valse,” on stage, and I thought I would try to imitate her.
I decided to try to mimic a different type of flute.
When Elizabeth Taylor sang, she used a different note, but it was the same chord.
I think that this is the inspiration for my own flute-playing.
In my early 20s, my parents wanted me to go to university in Paris, so I took a trip to Paris and I started learning French.
At the University, I became a member of the French classical music group, the Musique de la Reine, and after that I became part of a French orchestra, the Château de Sévigné.
At that time, the French were so well-known for their musical traditions that it was not surprising that we would be able to communicate with each other.
But that was not the case in the UK.
I never really felt like I belonged in that kind of culture.
The music I listened to at school was mostly from the United States.
There were a few things I was very fond of, but I was never really able to learn a lot of the music I would later become known for.
As a teenager, I did a lot with the piano and guitar, but that was it.
It wasn’t until I was in my 20s that I started to study music theory.
I began to listen more and more to contemporary music, especially jazz.
I got into the music from my mother, who was an accomplished musician.
My mother played a lot in jazz bands and would tell me things that I had to listen out for.
I started listening to jazz music when I was 10, but as a teenager I was too young to go and hear it.
So when I moved to the UK, I took piano lessons and learned to play a lot.
I also became involved in classical music and went on to be an organist, violinist and cellist.
I became involved with classical music in my 30s, and in the early 1990s I started performing in jazz clubs.
I joined a jazz band in Leeds and became a very popular player.
The band was called the Jazzmen and it got a lot more serious, because I was a bit older.
It got to the point where I would not be able play very well with a normal jazz band.
I thought it would be fun to join a jazz club to be with other people, because there was something different about jazz music that appealed to me.
In the early 2000s, as a result of the global financial crisis, I decided that I wanted to go back to classical music.
It had been my life’s passion, and this was something I wanted more of.
I didn’t want to do it on my own, so my parents got in touch with the classical music society in Paris and arranged for me to come to England.
I had my first concert at the Old Vic in July 2007, and for the next year, I was doing a lot on stage.
I recorded an album called “Favourite Blues” with my band in 2010.
That album went to number one in the British charts.
I then started to record music for the classical theatre company, the Royal Shakespeare Company, and the company was very supportive of my work.
It also made it easier for me because I would be on stage in the same place I was performing.
I felt very fortunate to be able perform in front of an audience of over 50,000 people every night.
That experience made me realise that classical musicians can play any kind of music and that it is not necessary to be in the best classical musical tradition to be successful.
I am very fortunate that my music was able to be heard by the audiences of the Royal Theatre in London and also by the audience of the Barbican in London.
It has been a long road to the top.
When you become a professional musician, it is difficult to find people who want to work with you.
They are not looking for you to do their best, but for you, to have the right ideas and to play your best.
In 2010, when I finished my music career