Explore the World of music with me


As a lifelong explorer of the world of music, my journey began at the age of 3, seated with my parents in a church, marveling at the pianist who played hymns each week. That pivotal moment ignited a lifelong passion for understanding the magic of music and its profound impact.

As I've matured, my perspective has broadened. My experiences in college, marked by additional studies in broadcast journalism and reporting for a local news station, unveiled a disheartening lack of awareness about global and community issues. This revelation made me realize the crucial role of communication in bridging gaps and fostering understanding.

In response, I've dedicated myself to a mission beyond the confines of traditional classical repertoire. I strive to use music as a unifying force that transcends boundaries, speaks to contemporary social issues, and creates a space for everyone in the world of classical music. My aspiration might seem lofty, but with every program I embrace, I aim to be a catalyst for positive social change.

Welcome to my musical journey, where every note resonates with a purpose, and every listener finds their place in this harmonious world of music.

Join leading artists, researchers, and policy advocates in this conversation exploring the intersection of the arts and healing. This panel focuses on music and wellbeing and analyzes the music of composer Robert Schumann, performed by pianist Kyle P. Walker, whose music provides an example of how artistic output may reveal and reflect the mental states of arts practitioners. This conversation will be moderated by Dr. Nisha Sajnani, Co-Director of the Jameel Arts & Health Lab, founder of Arts & Health at NYU, Assoc. Professor and Director of the NYU Steinhardt Graduate Program in Drama Therapy, and Chair of the NYU Creative Arts Therapies Consortium. Dr. Sajnani leads the Lancet Global Series on the Health Benefits of the Arts. Panelists to be announced at a future date.

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