Interview with pianist/composer Erwin Bauwens

We are sharing our recent interview with pianist/Composer Erwin Bauwens from Belguim.

Twist Online : Who or what inspired you to get into music industry?
Erwin Bauwens : I met a girl with Italian roots she was born here in Belguim. She told me when she was seven years some older Greek guy raped her. I want to take holl is family helping a hand to misery.
bet she told me not to do that. So I was searching for something else.
First thing : I helped to rescue I man from getting murdered because they wanna blow him up with Semtex.Years later I found it.
On the stock market!”Thea leaves the where in buying in higher stock then selling a few qaurtal back. So I let Unilever now that they could earn a lot of money.SO they did.You now this banc of America was exceleay a bank of Africa with connected in Greece. So Greece with out the help of Europe.They probably now where living in under the level of poverty in a land of Africa.With them cannibalistic omens the walking around.
So I made a Holiday song over it Merry Christmas my first award here on the Akademy.

Twist Online : Tell us about your recent work?
Erwin Bauwens : My latest composition is very rhythmic and its a latin/reggeaton style!

Twist Online : What kind of response you have received so far?
Erwin Bauwens : So far I have good response people tell me my music gives them a pleasure!

Twist Online : What attracts you more, performing on stage or working in studios?
Erwin Bauwens : Its art and art is something where every body experience it different so its gives me a good feeling to work with art.

Twist Online : What’s your favorite music genre?
Erwin Bauwens : Latin

Twist Online : Have you set some target to achieve?
Erwin Bauwens : No I don’t have,because its the people choice, I can do only my best.

Twist Online : Are you currently working on any project?
Erwin Bauwens : No for the moment I don’t.

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