Busy Doesn't Even Begin to Describe It

In the life of a musician, this is a really good thing though.  I finished up a week long hiatus from teaching lessons due to spring break with the Dallas Art District’s block party.  They always have some great events, live music, food trucks, and all of the museums were open until midnight.

Since Greater Dallas Youth Orchestra auditions were the following week, I taught a whole lot of lessons in a very short time period (twenty in twenty-four hours, no joke) before my husband and I went to play Beethoven’s Symphony No. 6, Borodin’s Polovtsian Dances, and Prokofiev’s Lieutenant Kije Suite with the Monroe Symphony.  I’m a happy clarinetist because it was an awesome concert and we had a good time while we were there.  We found plenty of good places to eat of course.

After we returned home, I was excited to find out that an article I wrote is being published!  This will be my first publication and it will appear in Pan PIpes.  My husband also got his horn that he has been on a waiting list to buy for five and a half years!  And I thought that purchasing clarinets was a hard enough task…