Wyoming was an unforgettable adventure. I’m so grateful.
This was our 13th year attending the wonderful St. Louis Tionól! We look forward to it every year. I have several videos to upload from our Friday night performance so I’ll be back with those once more pressing household responsibilities have been attended to but in the meantime I leave you with some photos from… Read More St. Louis Tionól 2018
I didn’t know what to expect. I’ve sat in on touring shows before but never for a band that lit up the soundtrack of my childhood. Here’s what I learned from being lucky enough to serve as a violinist in the Dave Eggar Orchestra for two tour stops of the Foreigner Orchestral Tour: kindness begets… Read More Foreigner
As a studio music teacher, I have the privilege to work with students one-on-one, sometimes year after year, to build a foundation of musical skills designed to serve the musician throughout a lifetime of music making. In the case of my featured musician this month, William Scott, I am lucky enough to have been this young man’s teacher for seven years although… Read More Featured Musician: William Scott
Here’s to a year of slow going, of taking time to putter, taking time to breathe, of “walking up the mountain rather than running up the hill” –Debbie Rosas Atticus and I up at the cabin before the polar vortex shoved us inside Nothing entrances like flame After only 11 short years and multiple rejections,… Read More Here’s hoping that 2014 proceeds as it began
I’ve been back for almost two weeks but it’s taken me a while to acclimate to being home. I’ve been feeling really foggy in my head, like I’m not entirely here. It’s not a physical illness, more like a state of mind. It’s not a comfortable feeling. I hope it fades soon. Our trip was… Read More Ireland