P.S. from Aéropostale: Meet Nathan
Nathan began studying the cello at age 4. Starting so young meant that by the age of 10, he had performed at Carnegie Hall. By 11, he composed a symphony entitled ‘Crisis in Japan’ dedicated to the victims of the tsunami. And by 12, he had performed with the St. Petersburg Russian State Symphony Orchestra, become principal cellist in the Philharmonic Youth Orchestra, and soloed with the Vienna Residence Orchestra. And that is just a small handful of his achievements.
Nathan’s love of music drives him to practice every day, perfecting both his skill at playing, as well as his ability to create his own works. He is inspired by nature, a theme that comes through in many of his original compositions.
We’re not waiting to see him come to Carnegie Hall, we’re waiting for him to come back.