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“India plunged me into an experience of the different cultures of the world,” he said. “I had a deep experience that helped me realize that I was not all alone, but truly connected to all of humanity.” 

Recollections of Sir James Galway's earliest instructors, praise for the Frost School of Music's offerings, and a virtuoso performance highlighted the legendary flutist's remarks to graduates at the midday ceremony for the Schools of Architecture, Communication, Education and Human Development, Marine and Atmospheric Science, Music, and Nursing and Health Studies.

“I think to be successful in music or in any other subject for that matter, you need to love it,” said Galway, who received an Honorary Doctor of Musical Arts at the ceremony. “To this day I am passionate about music. I love listening to it and I still get a real kick out of playing.”

Galway said he fell in love with music because of the encouragement he received from his early flute teachers in Belfast, and he considers himself lucky to have spent “the whole of my life in the world of musical arts.”