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Cello in the wild: playing outdoors

Little did I know when I decided that playing with others would be one of my goals for the year it would include playing in all sorts of venues. I played my first outdoor gig with the Rainbow City Orchestra … Continue reading

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From Dress Rehearsal to Final Bow: Recap, Lessons Learned and the Search Begins…

“Life’s challenges are not supposed to paralyze you, they’re supposed to help you discover who you are.” -Bernice Johnson Reagon It’s taken me a couple of days to process the concert experience: there was just so much to grok from … Continue reading

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“April in Paris” RCO concert April 2nd!

You might recall all the blathering on I’ve been doing about joining a community orchestra. Here’s a copy of the flyer/announcement for their next performance – my first as an RCO cellist. Just looking at it gives me alternating ecstasies … Continue reading

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Additional Seattle Zoe Keating show added in March

Just in case you missed tickets to the now sold out Triple Door shows on the 28th and 29th, an additional date has been added to the tour schedule – March 30th. Yes, I am tempted to pick up a … Continue reading

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The Bad News, and the Bad News: I’m cello jinxed

You might have been curious to know how the community orchestra thing went on Thursday. People don’t often associate Seattle (and outlying areas) with snow. People who live in Seattle don’t associate Seattle with snow. So when it does actually … Continue reading

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