I've just come back from a wonderful trip to Michigan where I got to play a recital and do some teaching in a few different settings. It was very exciting and wonderful and I learned a lot. I'd also like to thank everyone who made it so wonderful and gave me such awesome opportunities. THANK … Continue reading Important Questions
I'm watching the birds at my parent's bird feeder, even on this rainy day. I'm so excited to be home for a few days. I had a great time talking with some high schoolers yesterday, who asked me surprisingly thoughtful questions. I'm heading out to Ann Arbor today for a rehearsal with my lovely … Continue reading Michigan!
How to keep your sanity while working a day job
I feel like getting too caught up in a job is something that happens to artists and actually almost any young person coming out of college now. Our generation has had it rough, no jobs, what used to be an entry-level job that paid you money (that you could then use for rent and food) … Continue reading How to keep your sanity while working a day job
Self-Identifying as a Musician
This week I realized that I hadn't read a book in over a week. This will shock people that know me well, (especially my parents, who routinely had to take my book away so I would sleep as a child). I was the person always lugging around at least one book, usually a … Continue reading Self-Identifying as a Musician
Multiphonics part 2
The long awaited Multiphonics part 2! A very long time ago, I wrote a post about multiphonics and why everyone should practice them all the time, promising another post with some tips and tricks I've figured out in my own personal practicing with some pieces to motivate you to actually practice them. Here are a … Continue reading Multiphonics part 2