I want to write a few words (more like gush) about my students. I don’t do it often (ever) and it’s a long time coming. I never thought I would be the teacher who got all teary eyed after a student performance so I was caught off guard when things started stirring a little bit. For those of you who have studied with me and know me, Continue Reading This Post
I confess. Being a musician and only a musician my entire life, I have not plunged into the world of politics. That doesn’t mean all musicians aren’t knowledgeable about the subject, but I’m not talking about those smarty pants. I’m talking about me. Yes, of course I know who the President of the United States is, don’t be silly! Continue reading “My trip to Peru”
I’ve always wanted to perform Ludvig van Beethoven’s Kreutzer Sonata and I finally get the chance to do so this April. How did the pianist and I come up with the program? well, we decided that we wanted to do something fun, so of course, the first thing that popped in my head was the Kreutzer Sonata.
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About a week ago, I thought I would do something crazy. If you know you me you would just roll your eyes and say: “there she goes again.” You might seriously be rolling your eyes at me, even if you don’t know me, at my confession. I went ice skating.
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I had back surgery October 13th, 2010. I’ve never broken a bone, twisted or sprained an ankle, or cut myself so horribly that it had left a scar. Nothing. I have been blessed with being unharmed and healthy my entire life. But then I herniated my disc to the point of rupture and fragmentation which with such enthusiasm it decided to torment the root of my nerve. I have never felt such pain and yet I refused to go to the doctor cause I couldn’t believe there was anything wrong with me. Boy was I in for a surprise. Four months later I had surgery. The reason I bring this up is because I have not practiced, seriously, since my last concert at the Kennedy Center on September 11th.
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I came across an article about Anne Sophie Mütter, written by Christiane Rebmann, for the October issue of Strings Magazine. It brought back memories to when I was a child and I saw her play for the very first time. I was electrified. I couldn’t look away. I decided then that I wanted to be just like her when I grew up. I’m still trying. Continue reading “Anne-Sophie Mütter”
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