Behind the clean-cut facade, there resides a hippie: I grew up on a Kibbutz -- one of many self-sufficient communes that peppered the Israeli landscape in the '70's. Then came a thirty-year detour that encompassed bustling metros across three continents: I froze my behind in Boston for a year, then thawed beneath the lush Los-Angeles sun for twelve. Played a Steinway grand at Tivoli Gardens and another at France's largest arena. Conducted orchestras on Hollywood scoring stages, and crossed the US twelve times in a smelly van with a band that saw more Waffle Houses and Motel 6's than should be legal. I hate routine. I love growing and experiencing and learning new things, however trivial or random or mundane. If you saw/ heard me on the piano there's a decent chance you'd fall for me. If you heard some of my familial history you'd quickly get over the crush. Sailing around the globe tops my bucket list. Actually, it pretty much sums up that list. I've accomplished most everything else I wanted, albeit none of it included much spontaneity nor a "roughing it up somewhere" experience. Getting me started on the music-making process is a move you'd probably regret unless you're writing a paper. 95% of my brain revolves around it: I'm either hearing it, playing it or writing it, whether awake or asleep. Couldn't stop if I wanted to... Luckily, I don't. Not very sharp otherwise though. No, seriously. I dropped out of high-school at sixteen and am frequently challenged by grade-school math.
The girl I'll end up with is an oddball just like me. She's a deep, independent thinker an old soul. She's the apex of femininity, yet takes from absolutely no-one. She lives with purpose and zeal: passion and compassion are the two pillars upon which her life unfolds. Aaaaaaand that should probably do it for now. Thank you for reading this stream-of-consciousn ess... :)