Student Nuradean Arreythe loved classical music so much he taught himself how to play, even though he doesn’t read music or own a piano.
He practised on an old keyboard until it broke.
But even that hasn’t stopped him from playing where he can.
Produced and filmed by Rozina Sini and Kash Jones.
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