Monthly Archives: February 2011

Piece of Metal

From time to time I find myself flipping back and forth between the front-page headlines of the New York Times to the Arts section, struck by the fact that these two categories can even be in the same paper.  I … Continue reading

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Studio Meet and Greet, Part 3

The last student I’d like to introduce you to (for a while) is my newest student Hanzi Chen.  As you’ll learn in the interview, he goes to a Chinese performing arts school in upstate New York where the focus is … Continue reading

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Studio Meet and Greet, Part 2

Today, I’m sharing with you my interviews of my students at Drexel. One of the things you should know about Drexel is that there is no music performance major, so these two are in it purely for the personal joy … Continue reading

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Studio Meet and Greet, Part 1

Welcome to the first studio Meet and Greet! One of my ideas for this blog was that it be a place where some of my students who don’t know each other can have a sense of who my other students … Continue reading

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Aristotle Has Dirt Under His Fingernails!

“We are what we repeatedly do.  Excellence, then, is not an act, but a habit.”  – Aristotle I love philosophy.  I like learning about various ways great thinkers throughout the ages have viewed this world and our place in it. … Continue reading

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What “Good” Is, Or, My Bowl of Pasta

I remember one of my very first meals in Italy.  I had already lived in New York several years at that point, had already traveled pretty widely and I considered myself pretty well-experienced in all things culinary, and I was … Continue reading

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Welcome To Angela’s Horn Studio

Welcome to my first post!  I have to admit that I am a bit of an old-school girl, and entering the blogosphere is something I never thought I would be interested in doing.  So why now?  And why Angela’s Horn … Continue reading

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