Andrius G. Charlemagne
Biographical Information
Also Known As The Cello Prodigy
Role International Celloist
Birth April 13, 1990
Nationality Daresian
Ethnicity British


Relatives Kazusa Ayase


Status Missing
Physical Attributes
Gender Male
Height TBA
Weight TBA
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Andrius Garrsson Charlemagne is a cellist, composer and author. He was internationally known, along with his late wife Kazusa Ayase, for their compositions and performances. As an author, he wrote the short story "My Truth", recounting memories with his late wife.

Early life


The Lost Soul of Ibrahim - Featured

Main Article: The Lost Soul of Ibrahim

Prior to the shock death of Ayase, the duo volunteered in aiding the Ministry of Foreign Affairs regarding the mass intake of refugees from communist unnamed nation. In District 6, an Admission checkpoint, they meet many refugees. One of them being Ibrahim Nabhuan, a sole refugee who may have a chance of reuniting with his family.

My Truth - Author

Main Article: My Truth 
My Truth is the first and only novel written by Andrius G. Charlemagne. The book was released on the 25th of March, 2017, and was an instant top seller. The world famous cellist recounts his experiences with his late wife, Kazusa Ayase, his essential partner is music, and in life.

Andrius & Ayase - Featured

Main Article: Andrius & Ayase
Cellist Andrius G. Charlemagne and Violinist Ayase Kazusa were global musicians, famous for competing and performing internationally as a duo. But after his wife, his essential partner, dies in a car crash, Andrius falls into a state of depression and vanishes from the public eye. A year after his wife's death, a television program is broadcasted depicting the rise and fall of the legendary duo, thus resulting in the search for Andrius.

An Archer's Rose - Featured

Main Article: An Archer's Rose