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March 2005

March 23, 2005 18:30

ACCEPTED!!

Into the RAM! I found out this morning.

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March 19, 2005 02:11

I thought it was about time I updated this blog - my concert last month with my orchestra was spectacular. I'm still smiling. Teaching is also going well. And my auditions which I had the first week of this month were in New York, at Julliard, for RCM and RAM of course, were everything I hoped they would be. Everything I worked for I put into those audition pieces and I can't even wish to have done a better job. I did my best. And should that be rejected... I'll find my way regardless. I've discovered playing without slips of memory. Playing without noticible tears in the music. Stylistically it's not perfect of course, but notewise, well, I used to get nervous and forget notes and runs that I had practiced many, many times. But now...

I'm not nervous anymore.

It feels wonderful.

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