Narrative- Virtual Musicale on 7/1

Twelve attendees including three new comers enjoyed getting together today.  Arlene played Debussy 'Rain in the garden" beautifully followed by Margie's Chopin Ballade #4 for the first section, she has made noticeable progress in this very difficult piece.  Although Fran's birthday session was delayed, the participants had colorful comments on Stage Fright.  We shared our experiences and possible remedies.  Obviously Stage Fright is not an uncommon issue and there are no clear solutions, but we can cope with it.  We will continue this type of discussion on different topics at future musicales.

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