At the age of two i became interested in music.When i was at my grandmother's place i was intensively listening to what she was playing. At those day's she told me what a C-chord was in the different octaves on her piano keyboard. Also the other chords
of course,but later. At the age of six i started making my own drums with wash-powder boxes and i used wooden kitchen spoons to make the sound of the "real"drum. Several albums like for example ; "Let it be" from The Beatles, Block Buster by The Sweet and Black & Blue from The Rolling Stones were a part of my drum exercise experience.
At the age of 10 i learned to play (the real) drums, trumpet and followed music theory in two different music schools for six years, to fill up my evenings on tuesday and thursday. On Saturday morning i had to go to our music theory class and we learned how to write the music. At Sixteen i played in a Punk-Rock-band as a drummer for fun, but learned a lot more about music those heavy days...