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Award-winning jazz student on the role of Transcendental Meditation in his music
by Dennis Raimondi
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21 November 2010
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The article features Keelan Dimick, a student in the jazz programme at Manhattan School of Music in New York, one of the top music programmes in America.
As a young teenager he won first place in both the junior and senior divisions of the Lionel Hampton International Jazz Festival competition, and as a result was sought after by many leading US music schools.
In an interview Keelan discusses the Transcendental Meditation Technique—which he has been practising since age 10—and why he feels it is an essential part of his training and his preparation for performances.
'When I transcend I experience deep quietness and silence and bliss,' he says. 'It's the only time and the only thing you can do in life that allows you to kind of take a step out of what we see as reality and therefore allows you to see more holistically.'
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