July 4, 2019

I've been meaning to create a new Blog post, incorporating a number of recent student accomplishments.  The 4th of July seems like a good theme!  Audra attended a Penn State chamber music workshop for a couple of days recently and showed her independence by beautifully...

January 12, 2019

 It's fun to make use of Ross's room for studio classes!  Here are Kendrina and Isabelle reviewing Book 3 songs.  Below is a Wohlfahrt session.  

October 22, 2018

Briana performed as a finalist in SU's annual Concerto Competition on Friday.  I was so sorry to miss it! Rumor is that she did a great job with Bruch 1st movement.  Meanwhile, I was enjoying Susquehanna Valley Chorale's 1st violin section for Haydn's Creation with Ren...

September 21, 2018

In an attempt to fill my empty nest, I surrounded myself with students last weekend.  I appreciated their willingness to be here!  I played The Lark Ascending on my recital and enjoyed seeing everyone afterwards.  

 It was nice of Vicky Meneses, SU cellis...

July 2, 2018

It was satisfying to rekindle our retreat this year!  Lots of new people discovering a beautiful place, with a peaceful creek and good practice times!  Some of my favorite group photos are below.  It's always especially fun when generations of students come together....

April 21, 2018

SU Alum Kirsten Williams (first teacher of Kendrina, recently earned her Masters in Community Music from Ulster University in Northern Ireland), is participating in Music Without Borders, teaching in Palestine.  Here's her most recent email about her experience:

"I am w...

April 1, 2018

It gets better every year!  So proud of everyone!  

March 25, 2018

It's not often that church youth group and violin studio intersects.  But it was fun to learn that Sarah would be riding the same bus to "March for our Lives" this weekend!  I was proud when I saw her photo in the paper this morning!

 It was exciting to b...

March 4, 2018

So much happened this month, I decided to post a gallery.  Loved our quartet recital, my Gilbert & Sullivan medley was performed twice, Renée & Hannah did well at Districts, my teacher from Oberlin was willing to act in one of my absurd concert dramas, I played a littl...

December 31, 2017

Our studio has had its share of injuries over the years, but recently it's been 3 in a row!  Hasong kicked things off with a soccer injury (ankle), followed by Caleb's basketball break (LEFT FINGER), then Hasong's RE-injury, and now this!  If you like maps the way I do...

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