Music has always been a part of my life. Since I was 14 years old, I knew I wanted to work with music. After earning undergraduate degrees in studio music and music education and a graduate degree in music performance, I discovered a whole world that I never knew existed when I landed a job as a receptionist foro the Aspen Music Festival. My journey to becoming the owner of my own company, managing the careers of jazz and classical artists has been interesting, to say the least, and certainly adventurous!
Now I am able to be as close to performing as possible without having to be on stage. I have the best of all worlds for me. There is nothing else, no other career, that I can think of that I would rather do.
Now, I am involved in so many great projects with my clients. And, we do a lot of work in the education field, which is so rewarding. Music has brought me to many amazing places, had me work with so many creative and wonderful people. And, when we get to share that with students, it's an amazing day.
There are so many different ways that music has influenced me, but it is a part of my being. I wouldn't be who I am as a person without my love for this art.
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