Young students of Rozalina Gutman Piano Studio were featured in the unique celebration of Creativity – “Original Musical Compositions Recital combined with Drawing Workshop”, that took place in May 2002, as a part of the 10th Youth Arts Festival, organized by Berkeley Art Center, sponsored by the City of Berkeley and Cheese Board Pizza and Bakery Collective. Young students of 5 – 12 years old performed their own compositions, while displaying paintings and drawings to accompany their music “The idea of Rozalina Gutman to inspire the kids in the audience to draw and paint about the music - while they hear it, turned out to be a real success” – said Sharon Badilo, Assistant Manager of the gallery after the event, while holding the T-shirt with printed child’s drawing of the girl playing piano looking at the doves carrying Music Staff with the word “peace” along with the smiling musical notes on the staff. She also added: “It is so important to allow the Art and Music to be part of every child’s everyday life. Every Human being deserves the opportunity to learn the process of engaging both sides of the brain after all. Our official education system provides less and less means for this vital process…” Ms. Rozalina Gutman agreed and followed with additional comment: “I strongly felt that each of us have to do something to set the counterpoint to those who train their kids to hate and even literary to impersonate suicide bombers. The beauty and creative power of the Arts and Music can fill in the void in any child’s life. I would like to empower each of my students and allow them an opportunity to say later on in their lives “Let my life speak”. I hope, they would pass to their own kids the meaning of the words printed on then old child-sized T-shirt “Musical instruments, not the toy guns in our children’s hands”.