At 22 years old, Laurence Vesyoly graduated from college with a degree. On the small piece of paper it said he spent his four years at Stony Brook University studying music and engineering. He was one of dozens upon dozens of students who decided to devote their future careers to a passion and an art, music: a difficult field to eventually find a job in. “I actually didn’t expect to study music when I came here,” Vesyoly said in a private Facebook message. “I originally came here to study electrical engineering, and I graduated with degrees in both engineering and music this May.” After becoming heavily involved with the music department at SBU during his sophomore year, the graduate said that music “slowly took over my life and now it’s what I want to do.” Originally being fluent on the piano, he became infatuated with another type of instrument that…