I got through three years of college as a philosophy major before someone told me there were NOT hundreds of companies out there willing to pay a six-figure salary for a corporate philosopher. I was devastated. Fortunately, back in high school I had discovered an aptitude for making computers do my bidding, so when I left school due to a lack of funds I was able to build a successful career in that field.
I am intelligent, musical, and generally cheerful.
I need to be clear that right now I am not actively seeking a dating/romantic/sexual relationship - I have a very full dance card already! But the part about a good chamber musician (especially a very good pianist) as an activity partner is quite serious - I play chamber music nearly every week, and there is a lot of piano/strings literature I'm itching to play. And interesting new friends are welcome. But while I am actually in a polyamorous situation, even for a woman who isn't looking for a monogamous relationship, I have to warn that I might not be able to give a new partner as much attention as she wants without depriving my present partners of some of the attention they expect and deserve - and I am not willing to do that. If despite that you still are interested in a more than musical relationship, go ahead and write - but at least you know my current situation.