May 3, 2011


This is violin maker Terry Borman holding a violin, one that I commissioned from him almost two years ago. Today, I had the pleasure of introducing Terry to my teacher/mentor Geoffrey Trabichoff, and as I expected, the two had a fascinating conversation, and I got to be the proverbial fly on the wall and hear the two share their experiences and opinions pertaining to the wonderful world of the violin. Geoffrey played my new violin, and I beamed when he told me that I was an "incredibly lucky girl" to be the owner of such a fine instrument.

I am a lucky girl. For being such an ordinary gal, I am surrounded by extraordinary people. And I have this extraordinary violin, of which I must strive to become worthy!


Judy said...

Ooo! Ooo! It's here!
Did he fly out to bring it to you personally?

I am turning very much green.

Will you let me touch it?!!!

Marie said...

You are already worthy of it!

julie said...

How can you not mention I. Perlman?! Lucky!!! (that was N. D. voice)

Tawna said...

CONGRATULATIONS!!!! I can't wait to hear you NOW.

Anonymous said...

I have played on Terry's instruments, and I quite agree with Geoffrey. He is a master magician--the Olivander of Violin Makers. Wish I had one too!