The concert began when the lights were dimmed and Stephanie Kulas ’11 walked to the middle of the stage, took a deep breath and proceeded to play her clarinet with spot on tone and clarity, performing with total confidence and grace. Kulas’ music was titled queerly with monikers such as “Vivace assai” and “Adante espressivo” but was played with ultimate lucidity and focus, as she put all her attention into her performance.

This just made me smile. So I thought I’d share.

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  1. My father-in-law’s boat has a funny name too: Andiamo.