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Music Making

Nov. 22, 2012—This post coming to you fresh from the Yeh kitchen, as Mr. Turkey makes friends with his neighbors Butternut Squash, Carrot, and Potatoes in the Oven. Today I was practicing again. Such is the life. Anyways, I had the strangest feeling: the realization of the complete disconnect among the fingers of my left hand, which tapped the wire strings against the neck of my cello, and my right arm swinging back and forth like a pendulum- right, left, right left- and the noise which was just coming out of the wood. It was so bizarre.

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Magical Opera at Vanderbilt!

Nov. 13, 2010—Last night was opening night for the Blair School of Music’s performance of Shakespeare’s The Merry Wives of Windsor in Ingram Hall. Good portions of both the voice department and orchestra were involved with making the show the truly spectacular experience that it was; not to mention the brilliance of conductor Robin Fountain and director...

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