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Never a dull moment

With a new fulltime job and two gigs a week, I keep forgetting to share my wonderful experiences. So let’s catch up on the highlights: I sang with an orchestra and today’s… 258 more words

Gigs

Collaboration and the Glass Slipper

A dream is a wish your heart makes When you’re fast asleep In dreams you lose your heartaches Whatever you wish for you keep

I am pleased to be conducting two big collaborations with the Utah Philharmonia in the coming month. 

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100 word fiction: His love for music..

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“Music has been my passion since the time I can remember. And becoming a violinist and playing at the Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra in Amsterdam is my dream.” 106 more words

100 Word Fiction

The Wizard of Oz 2015

As some of you may know, the SMUS Middle School has recently put on a production of “The Wizard of Oz” I’m sure some of you are already thinking, “Oh, its probably just a little play put on in the school gym with cute little costumes..”. 484 more words

Fun

Young musician series: an interview with Jennifer MacCallum

Jennifer MacCallum, an emerging viola player, spoke to me about her experiences in the music industry and offered her advice for young musicians.

Jennifer graduated last year from her masters in orchestral performance at the Royal College of Music, after which she worked with Southbank Sinfonia.

Classical Music

Announcing the Capital Orchestra Festival - February 14, 2016

Music Celebrations is proud to present the Capital Orchestra Festival, an exclusive orchestra festival taking place at the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts in Washington, D.C. 84 more words

United States

David Bernard (MM, 1988 Orchestral Conducting) Leads Park Avenue Chamber Symphony in The Rite of Spring

In February, David Bernard (MM, 1988 Orchestral Conducting), led the Park Avenue Chamber Symphony in a performance of The Rite of Spring at Lincoln Center’s Rose Theater.   29 more words

Alumni