An orchestra conductor’s thoughts between rehearsals and performances on music, creativity and more.  It’s proof that we do have time to contemplate on our art if we allow it.  Also the discovery that the time to ponder exists everywhere, even in the space between the shortest, fastest notes.

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  1. I love the theme of your blog. I immediately thought of a violist friend I need to share it with. Also, since quotes are my thing I thought I’d share one with you that your blog brought to mind: “If you want to lead the orchestra, you must turn your back on the crowd.” -James Crook

    happy thursday.

  2. Oh I’m so grateful to have found a conductor/writer! I’ve so many times wondered what was going on in the mind of that dancer of the orchestra. I am an aspiring conductor as I was student conductor in high school and have recently directed our town community choir, but full-time motherhood is taking over! Anyway, nice to see your blog.


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