Two weeks until my second doctoral recital. Event Info I hope to see you there.
*sheepishly pokes her head into her blog* *grins sideways* Hey, there, old blog old friend! Guess what! I saw an amazing concert last night. I know, I know, I’m supposed to be creating original content in March based around celebrating women in brass history and brass present…I’ve just been so…busy. I’m so sorry. Can I … More Happy Women’s History Month!
I have a hot second here before spring semester really kicks into gear and I disappear under the weight of ‘getting a DMA’, so I thought I’d give you a few insights into what’s new in my world. Yesterday I presented and performed at the BrassChix annual seminar, in the company of music greats like … More January Update
Two really exciting things in January: My performance at St Louis Park Senior HS, featuring selections from my December 2016 doctoral recital, is presented in part by the generous contributors to my Studio Scholarship Campaign. As you recall, the fund exceeded its goal and I allocated $300 to presenting clinics and performances in local schools. … More Upcoming Presentations!
Well, 2016 is coming to a close, as all years do, and it’s been one of the most professionally exciting and challenging years yet! It was one of the most diverse years for types of gigs, music learned, and students taught. Here’s a little recap of what 2016 looked like for me: Performance Highlights: January: … More 2016: A Round-up Review!
My dearest students, Well, we’ve reached the end of the election cycle, a particularly nasty and divisive one as these things go, and I know that even though most of you are not old enough to vote that it can still be tremendously emotionally consuming to experience. No matter where we all fall on the … More A message for my students
Hey all, Here’s a little round-up (!) of all the things I’m working on these days so you don’t think I’ve disappeared into school and will never come out. Life at the U: I’m settling into being a doctoral student. My routine of practice, lessons, performances, and classes is pretty exhausting, but I’m managing to … More All the News from this End