Friday, August 27, 2010

Duo with my Teacher



This concert was very special to me because I played with my role model, mentor, and teacher growing up. She provided me with a example of how to be a professional and I wanted to be just like her!

36 comments:

Theresa Milstein said...

Aubrie, you both look lovely. And the piece was amazing, beautiful. You're both so talented.

How wonderful you got to play with your mentor.

Side note (ha ha), I've been enjoying Voices of Ire.

Lindsey Duncan said...

Too cool! How lovely.

Carol Kilgore said...

Beautiful! Thanks for sharing. Have a great weekend.

Lydia Kang said...

Oh. Wow!
Wow! You are soooo amazing! I got chills listening to the music. It was so light and peppery and amazing. You are such a talented woman!

Okie said...

Bravo. Wonderful talent. Nicely done.

Nicole Zoltack said...

Lovely! Thanks for sharing! :)

Holly Ruggiero, Southpaw said...

Lovely! How wonderful to be able to play with your mentor.

Nisa said...

Oh, Aubrie, that was beautiful. Fun! You are very talented and what a sweet experience to play with your mentor!

Elana Johnson said...

Beautiful!

Amanda Sablan said...

This was just gorgeous; you have so much talent, being able to write AND play the flute at a professional level! ;]

Your performance reminded me of my drama teacher in high school, someone whom I admire greatly.

Cats! said...

Awesome!

Angie said...

That was amazing! Seriously. I have tears in my eyes. How wonderful to get to play with your mentor. Thanks for sharing that!

Stephanie said...

So so awesome!!!!! Congrats!!!!!!!

Cherie Reich said...

Absolutely wonderful!

Hannah Kincade said...

Love. It. :D

The Words Crafter said...

*big, deep inhalation, long, appreciative sigh* Woooooooow!!!!!

Jemi Fraser said...

BRAVO!! That was stunning :)

Paul C said...

Aubrie, how wonderful to see you in melodious duet with your flute.

MT said...

Wow, I'm tremendously impressed. You sounded beautiful. I don't think I've ever seen a flute duet with piano. Lovely. Even better in person I bet! Good job.

Tracy said...

Gorgeous! I'm going to show this to my daughter. She starts band next year on the flute. She'll love this!

Sandra Cox said...

How special, Aubrie.

Deniz Bevan said...

That's lovely Aubrie! Thanks for sharing :-)

Talli Roland said...

That's fantastic, Aubrie - and wow. I must pick up my flute again. You have inspired me!

Jen said...

You both are fabulous!!! This was really neat, thank you so much for sharing it with us!!!

Very talented, I'm in awe of it!

Julie Dao said...

I can't wait to watch when I go home! I love musical mentors :) I too was lucky enough to have one, although I never played music with her except during lessons.

L'Aussie said...

What a lovely opportunity to play with your mentor. That was so special. The playing was gorgeous..:)

Alexandra Shostak said...

That's really excellent!!! :)

Tessa Quin said...

Dear Aubrie,

I think your blogs are fantastic and I've decided to award you the Versatile Blogger and One Lovely Blog Awards. Congrats, you deserve them! (See them on my page and copy them to yours, if you wish)

Tessa :)

L'Aussie said...

Hey sweet flautist, I am writing up an award on my blog. Pop over and collect yours when you wake up...:)

Lynda Young said...

That's so great! You are so talented

VR Barkowski said...

Absolutely magnificent, Brava! Thank you so much for sharing, you are amazingly talented. I'm in awe.

Denise Bartlett said...

Aubrie, this is so precious. Thanks for sharing your talent with us so graciously. I can see you adore your teacher. Both of you are awesome - I was transported out into the woodlands with the flowers and elves dancing in the moonlight!
Love, joy, peace
Denise Bartlett, your friend and editor at Gypsy Shadow Publishing

Culture Served Raw said...

Wow that was great! Thanks for posting this Aubrie!

Clara said...

Brilliant! And to play with your mentor must be a huge honours, this piece was amazing! =D

Clara said...

Brilliant! And to play with your mentor must be a huge honours, this piece was amazing! =D

Kaylie said...

You both are professionals--you take something difficult and make it look easy. Wow! Impeccable performance. You have two different parts, but you play as one.