"Here in our country, music is listened to so that you can dance," he explains. "It is very rare that it is listened to just for meditation but I think classical music takes you really far.
"It allows you to meditate and express certain things that you might not be able to express with other style of music."
Ultimately, Diangienda says his biggest dream is to create a music school that will enable local musicians to export the country's rich culture through classical music.
"I believe that kids growing up with this music and their Congolese culture will be able to express themselves better than us tomorrow," he says.
"They'll do symphonies or sonatas which will be classical but completely African. That is my biggest dream, to create a music school where kids will learn how to play instruments and adults will be able to learn as well."