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Fun in the Sun

Sunday is Father’s Day – one of my favorites, right after Mother’s Day 😉 I love letting all the dads in my life, especially my wonderful husband, know how much I appreciate and love them. Nick’s dad will be out of town on Father’s Day, so we all got together on Tuesday for an entire […]

The 350-person orchestra

It was a sight to behold: 350 6th grade children, all playing their stringed instruments under one conductor. I will say, as a musician (and with empathy for the conductor), it sounds like a friggin nightmare. When you sit near the back of any regular orchestra, it’s hard to see the conductor, keep time correctly […]

Salt Lake Symphony Concert

My neck is still reeling from the concert on Saturday. That, plus a humongous headache. But it was totally worth it! We played the John Costa’s Vignette, a more modern piece composed by one of Utah’s own, followed by the Beethoven Violin Concerto. The concerto was played by this amazing 16-year-old girl, Shenae Anderson. I […]