It can take a while for an artist to find his true calling. For Pieter De Graaf, he's been searching since he sat next to his father, aged five, and watched him play the classics and the classical; the Beatles, the Stones, Chopin, Bach. Naturally inquisitive, he learned to play outside the structures of formal lessons, choosing whatever piqued his interest. By ten he was keeping scrapbooks of compositions. Dedicating hours to practice, and studying at the Conservatory of Rotterdam.