Sunday, June 10, 2012

GRATITUDE - June 10, 2012


Had the  pleasure of attending a sold-out Classical Concert Series concert in the performance hall at the Crocker Art Museum (longest continuous running museum in the West) today.  

The featured artist: Richard Andaya, cellist.  Truly amazing talent. Richard is a cellist in the San Francisco Symphony. His wife is a cellist in the Sacramento Symphony Orchestra and is Sarah's cello teacher.  Sarah babysits their youngest daughter.They are both wonderful examples of dedication to be the best at what you love.

06/10/12 Classical Concert: Richard Andaya, Cello
Crocker Art Museum

Inspired by dedicated artists at the top of their game.


Fritz Kreisler, the famous violinist, once said, “Narrow is the road that leads to a violinist. Hour after hour, day after day, and week after week, for years, I lived with my violin. There were so many things that I wanted to do that I had to leave undone; there were many places I wanted to go that I had to miss, if I was to master the violin. The road that I traveled was a narrow road and the way was hard.”
In fact, a woman once came up to Fritz Kreisler after one of his concerts and said to him, “I’d give my life to play as beautifully as you do.” To which Kreisler replied, “I did.”

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