Making a podcast is such a cool way to have conversations with interesting people that you’d otherwise have no excuse to talk to. One thing I really miss about being in an academic environment is having (and hearing) discussions with colleagues and students about absolutely every aspect of music and the humanities. More and more, I think of Lonely Cello as a casual conversation inside a practice room that you can stop by and listen to. Afterwards, we all go back into our private practice space, close the door, and get back to whatever it is we’re working on. But for an hour, this tangent with someone else makes the world feel more interconnected, with so much more in common than we ever imagined. ❤️

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