• Angie Kang

    resonance and reflection

    rehearsal musings of two musicians

    April 25, 2019
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    10:00 p.m., Steinert Choral Room We file into the rehearsal room one at a time and open our cases, revealing familiar instruments. Anita: The cello is the largest of the chamber music instruments, crafted to fill the space it’s meant to fit. The widest parts of a cello’s body sit just between the player’s knees, […]

    in memoriam

    mourning ian and missed college tours

    October 4, 2018
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    I am living this autumn in a hollow timeline of things that should be happening, watching tour guides huddled beside Soldier’s Arch peer excitedly at the SciLi and Ruth Simmons Quad and thinking that I should be there with them. Ian should be there with them. It is still warm despite the shift in seasons. […]