The concept for Peace with Music came from an understanding Marvin Goldstein obtained as a result of years of performing across the globe. He noticed early on that people were more than entertained by music; they were often moved emotionally, even spiritually by even the simplest of tunes, nothing intricate or extravagant.
Marvin’s musical beginnings were at age nine on the accordion and by 12 he moved to piano and French Horn. Marvin saw peoples’ moods change within the walls of his own home as he played. When his father became upset over something he had done, he rushed to the piano and discovered playing his father’s favorite song mad him almost forgot that he was upset. With a big smile, music had mitigated what could have been a much more heated exchange.