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The Recital

The last time I performed in Zipper Hall the audience was dark. So pitch black, in fact, that a friend of mine who was sitting in the second row for “A Concerto for Claire” was mad that I didn’t see her during the performance. When I peaked out the stage door ten years later, the front house right seats were empty. So I took a deep breath, stepped on stage, heard all the clapping… and as I turned to take a bow, my eyes panned across the 330+ people in attendance, and my heart started racing. Greg Verabian from work had told me to play “Chopsticks”, and so I did, leading into Mozart’s “Twelve Variations on ‘Ah Vous Dirai-je Maman’"(Twinkle, Twinkle Little Star for those of you unfamiliar

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