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Jeremy Kasala

Jeremy Kasala was born October 25, 1988 in Toronto, Ontario (Canada).  He was completely oblivious to classical music until age 16 when he discovered the sombre first movement of Beethoven's 'Moonlight' sonata. He began learning to play this piece on a digital keyboard using only his ears and a recording. Once he realized that he was capable, he learned a number of pieces by ear before deciding to find a teacher and a true acoustic piano. He acquired both, and his first formal lesson took place in the fall of 2005 with a reputable pianist named Francis Rose. Recognising his late introduction to the instrument, he has worked feverishly in an attempt to make up for the many years spent without it.

Jeremy is currently studying engineering at the University of Toronto, but has not abandoned music – he uses a digital piano to stay in touch.

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