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Laurie Niles

Snapshots from New York

May 29, 2013 at 11:52 AM

Being in New York, meeting new colleagues and reuniting with old ones -- this is part of the fun of going to Starling-DeLay! Here are a few pictures from Tuesday, the first day of this giant gathering of violinists:

It was a rainy day, but this did not matter! I spent the morning with my Denver colleague, Arlette Aslanian, who took this picture of me with my new umbrella:


Of course, one cannot go to New York without getting pizza, and this was amazing stuff, from Lombardi's in Little Italy.

Laurie with pizza

We came back to Juilliard to find a room full of fiddlers, meeting and greeting!

roomful of fiddlers
About 200 violinists!

Do you know any of these violinists and teachers from around the world?

Jesus and friends
Gail Mellert, Marcy Sudock and Jesus Florido of California, and Julio Rodriguez of El Salvador

with Nathania
Laurie with Nathania Munoz of Curacao

From Tom Holzman
Posted on May 29, 2013 at 1:49 PM
Great pics! Looks as if you are having a great time. Enjoy!

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