Earlier this spring, I was asked by the Journal of the American Viola Society (JAVS) to keep a diary for several weeks. I picked the busiest and the most varied three weeks of my year (possibly of my entire career), in which I had multiple deadlines, premieres and side projects of every imaginable sort.
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