Rite of Spring at the Bravo! Vail Festival

This has definitely been a great summer!  I had the opportunity to travel to Vail, Colorado with the Dallas Symphony to perform the Rite of Spring at the the Bravo! Vail Music Festival.  Aside from getting to make great music, we were able to take some time to go hiking around Rocky Mountain National Park, relax by the pool, and try lots of delicious new places to eat.  It was tough coming back to the Dallas heat after that.  We also were able to visit our families and take some vacation time.

 I'm usually at ClarinetFest blogging each year but will be absent this year teaching masterclasses. Safe travels to everyone going this year!


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