Wolf Trap Update

Hello from Vienna, Virginia, where we are halfway through rehearsals for Le nozze di Figaro. I’m loving my cast and my team, and feeling very lucky to be part of this fruitful atmosphere. And I wanted to share an article I wrote about this most wonderful opera – actually about one of … Continue Reading →

Beauty revealed

Please read this astonishing, moving piece by cellist Brinton Smith of the Houston Symphony. This is his address to the board at the end of their season, but it’s much more than that. It’s an essay about music, about being a musician, about being a listener. It’s by turns informative, … Continue Reading →