13 years of classical guitar under my belt and yesterday with Pluck, our guitar orchestra, I played my part with calm and confidence and joy, surrounded by adults and kids who share my love to the guitar.
Here’s our Mozart Symphony #25
I have been living a very crazy few months. Good months, but traveling without my guitar and when I get back home and have to decompress before I can pick it up again, I am close very close to a lesson and way too unprepared. But my teacher , Jonathan Trotta, is wonderfully patient and knows how to problem solve with me to get the most out of our lesson time together and my practice.
For the last week I played a lot and I followed the process Jon’s process to the tee and it worked!
No shaking hands. I loved it! Yes I was exhausted and wished I could race out of there when we were done,but Tuvia’s family had come to see me, and Tom Chapin was still waiting to perform, so we were all there until the end.
And now, after a lesson the very next morning, I have a new song to work on, and old pieces to return to again. My skills are growing to meet my passion.
I love making music.