Stephen Letnes | Ability Magazine
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Stephen Letnes is a modern-day composer with a classical twist. Dig into his SoundCloud, and you will find a colorful bag of audible candy: instrumentals, orchestral pieces, film scores. At a young age Letnes began his musical journey with the violin, and as it kept getting stolen, his parents switched him over to the piano—a much heavier instrument. The piano is where his passion grew and evolved into composing.

A Russian Romance guy, he felt a deep connection with music by Rachmaninoff and Tchaikovsky. So he took them on, his way. Born legally blind, he felt at ease learning the language of music using the Suzuki method. Letnes is a hardworking, talented and determined musician with a mission: keep creating in this competitive industry he’s chosen to embark on, and show everyone it can be done…