It was an honor chatting with the multi-talented musician and film composer Alexei Aigui and chat about his one and only passion in life: music!
Matthew Toffolo: Where were you born and raised? Was music something you always wanted to do as your career?
Alexei Aigui: I was born and raised in Moscow, as they say, in an artistic family. My father was a poet, and was representing the so-called unofficial art – meaning he was under control of the Soviet authorities, and his works couldn’t be published, so our life wasn’t exactly an easy ride. When I was six, mum took me to an ordinary music school near our place, to play violin. Learning to play the piano was more prestigious and cost about 15 times more, so we didn’t really have a choice in the matter. God bless, accordion didn’t cost less…
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