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Matthew Zachary

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Classically trained from the age of 11, Matthew Zachary was 21 and a senior in College majoring in Music when diagnosed with pediatric brain cancer. Aside from threatening his life, the tumor had severely compromised the use of his left hand. Told he might never walk, let alone play piano again, Matthew refused to give up hope. He empowered himself to continue playing as best he could through both surgery and post-operative treatment. Against all odds and advice, Matthew returned to school that same semester and graduated on time magna cum laude. Nearing eight years later, Matthew has beaten the odds

Album

Scribblings

Label: Mission Possible Music
Released: 2003
Track listing: Simplicity; Misticisms (Improv #1); Headway; Awakenings; Rain (Improv #2); Innocence; Moire (Improv #3); Nage Ska; One More (Improv #4); Recovery.

Album

Every Step of the Way

Label: Unknown label
Released: 2003

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Article: Album Review

Matthew Zachary: Scribblings

Read "Scribblings" reviewed by AAJ Staff


If Matthew Zachary’s debut release, Scribblings, is new age music, it is because he has entered into a new age of life – having fought off cancer. What a start in musical recording. Matthew Zachary began what he thought would be a life in music by studying the piano at age 11. He began performing when ...


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