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This week I am in Bennington, Vermont for my annual week of piano immersion at Sonata piano camp. One of the highlights of camp has become our annual Friday evening duet concert. All week, we work on ensemble pieces–two people … Continue reading
Sometimes the force of music is so powerful, we think it will last forever. But Sunday, the music stopped for a special one-of-a-kind, larger-than-life figure–master piano teacher Thomas LaRatta. For more than six decades, Tom LaRatta taught piano to hundreds … Continue reading
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This past Monday we celebrated a milestone: Twenty years since my daughter Ilana’s diagnosis with Type 1 diabetes just before her second birthday. Two decades ago, the outlook for kids with type 1 diabetes was dire. We were told that … Continue reading