Ron, Oboist, Vancouver B.C.

photo by Kevin Truong
photo by Kevin Truong
photo by Kevin Truong
photo by Kevin Truong
photo by Kevin Truong
photo by Kevin Truong
photo by Kevin Truong
photo by Kevin Truong
photo by Kevin Truong
photo by Kevin Truong
photo by Kevin Truong
photo by Kevin Truong
photo by Kevin Truong
photo by Kevin Truong
photo by Kevin Truong
photo by Kevin Truong
Ron, in his own words“I’m fortunate to find myself studying and working in the field of classical music, where discrimination based on sexual orientation is passé. One of the things I love about classical music is the type of person it draws; the arts foster a diverse, driven, and dynamic population. I have lived in four different countries, and no matter where I am I know I can feel at home in both the classical music and LGBTQ communities. Classical musicians are brought together by a shared dedication and passion to a tremendously competitive art form and the hardships associated with self-sacrifice and continued resiliency in the face of rejection. Gays are united by the challenges we have in common, including coming out, dealing with discrimination, and trying to find love in a world of Grindr and instant gratification. These groups are held together by a love, of what they do, of who they are, and of what they dream of becoming.”

2 comments

  1. krishna

    sir nice words in a small paragraph ,ur words r like a classical music ,and u r very very sweet ,i can see your peace in ur face it self ….the one is lucky who is your’s…..

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