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Sorry for the corniness of this title…had to. My latest travels have brought me to Winston-Salem, North Carolina. Known for being a big tobacco manufacturing town in its past, this town seems somewhat desolate at first appearance. After spending a few days here, however, I can see why so many people love to call it […]


This last week has been a crazy mix of performing and teaching here at the Luzerne Festival – add on top of that a dozen back and forth emails between the editor at Naxos, myself, and our featured composer, Lawrence Dillon. Norbert Kraft, the incredibly talented recording engineer and editor for my upcoming cd of […]


We are into week 2 of the Luzerne Music Festival in the Adirondacks in upstate New York! It is a beautiful place…very different than Los Angeles, that’s for sure. Luzerne is run in the style of what I like to call “old school camps”. The students give up cell phones and internet for 4 weeks […]


Well I haven’t written any blogs yet about my travels around the country, but I was so inspired by my first day here in Nashville, TN that I just had to share some of it with you all! I’m playing Mendelssohn tomorrow with the Symphony and we had a rehearsal today in the beautiful new […]