Known for his skills with instruments, like the clarinet, bagpipe, recorder, drum, and tin whistle. He started playing the recorder at age group seven as well as the clarinet at age group fifteen. He performed recorder and clarinet solos using the Macedonian folk ensemble Tanec at New York’s Carnegie Hall in 1956. He was created right into a musical family members: his grandfather and great-grandfather both performed the recorder, and his dad performed the bagpipes. He worked well in the first 1950s for the authorities Blowing wind Orchestra, an ensemble that performed Georges Bizet’s opera “Carmen,” among additional classical works.