After spending the week with RTC in Joshua Tree in March, they’ve kept me pretty busy. I’ve done quite a bit of editing for their Love Cancer Movement, none of

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After 11 days of shooting spread out through last June – October, and nearly nine months of editing this school year, need I preface any further? Modern Old-Time Fiddling: A

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Scenes from the second day of the Henry Reed Convention. Here’s something a little closer to fiddles. edit: for the curious, a more complete gallery is now available

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Over the weekend Sarah and I trekked down to Glen Lyn, Virginia for the first step of my master’s project: The Henry Reed Memorial Fiddlers Convention. It’s a apparently quite

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Its official: one of the courses I’ve enrolled in this fall (Color) is being taught by the mother of one of my violin students, who also lives just down the

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Orchestra: today 4-6, tomorrow 10-4, Sunday 2:30-4 As much as I love Bloch’s Sacred Service and enjoy playing with choir… this paper is not going to write itself. In a

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Within the next week or so I should be hearing back from both MICA and SCAD on different subjects. It all depends on money though, unforunately. On that vein, I’ve

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Because using people’s images without their permission is my forte. Orchestra Tour: St. Purim Party:

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Until that time, here’s my electronic music project, cleverly labeled “Project 1“. Exciting update: Take the time to read this paragraph. Its the funniest thing I’ve EVER run across in

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I should really be doing further Wagner research right now, but here are some exciting photos from my Honors Band escapades. I stood behind them:

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