Monthly Archives: September 2013

Bernie Sanders, Hurricane Irene, Sonata and Summer Sonatina

A couple of weeks before Summer Sonatina, an international camp for pianists between the ages of 7 and 16, was to begin, I took a look at the enrollment flow chart for the weeks that we were hosting our summer … Continue reading

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It’s all about George

George first came to Sonata Piano Camp back in 1989. He brought his wife, Catherine, who came to camp as an auditor, to make sure that we were a legitimate entity only his first time to camp. Much to Catherine’s … Continue reading

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September reflection

Well, I’ve been rather neglectful in regard to this blog. I put all of my focus in my teaching and directing this summer. With this being the first of September, the start of the academic year (which has a much … Continue reading

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