Rita Whitaker-Haun Music and Movement Specialist Incline Elementary SchoolPosted:February, 11 2015
I am running out of words to describe how wonderful your concerts/recitals are. Having seen you seven times now, this one at Center Stage Strings Festival in Three Rivers was by far my favorite. The intimacy of the church setting, and your anecdotes with the audience made this another unforgettable experience. I really got a kick out of your TSA story. What a hoot! Iâ€™ll continue to check your concert calendar to see when youâ€™ll be performing within driving distance again.
Also, I did catch your cousin Annaâ€™s band The Airborne Toxic Event appearance on Letterman last month. Iâ€™d never heard them before and they were great.
I am attaching the photo of us. Your site is such fun to visit, I spent quite a bit of time on the way home scrolling through it. I read from it as Mike was driving and he was amazed and impressed at your wide ranging interests. At first we wondered how much your Strad is insured for but after we read your interests and activities we questioned how much you were insured for! We both agreed that whatever it is it has to have a lot of zeros behind it. LOL
Take care and keep those chocolates coming!
Hello from Incline Elementary School Music!
THANK YOU SOOOOOOOO MUCH to Elizabeth Pitcairn, Donna Axton, Joy Strotz, and Toccata!
All of IES grade 5 and one 4th grade class were treated to an amazing and very appropriate informal presentation of Vivaldi’s Spring and Autumn today in the music room by Ms. Pitcairn, accompanied by Ms. Axton. Elizabeth was both professional and friendly. The children were both impressed and well behaved. I particularly appreciated that Elizabeth talked about conquering her fear of playing really fast notes by deciding to practice and perform “Perpetual Motion”. The children were shown an example of a dream fulfilled by doing hard work.
Music and Movement Specialist
Incline Elementary School