A Brownie for Your Thoughts

Article from Strings Magazine, published in September, 2016 about my “pet project” at the San Francisco Symphony of conducting survey questionnaires that review all of our guest conductors.   Bogatin.Guest Conductors

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Article: “Cello in the Chapel”, Strings Magazine, December 2015

The changes that my neuroscientist husband and I would both have professional activities in the same part of Europe on the exact same dates in September were about as likely as a cloistered nun living in an Abbey on an island in the middle of a lake in Bavaria harboring a cello in her attic, complete with a decent bow and a cake of rosin…

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Strings Magazine Book Review of “Strings Attached; One Tough Teacher and the Gift of Great Expectations”

Book Review of Strings Attached in November 2014 Strings Magazine For information on Strings Magazine subscriptions:

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Strings Magazine, “The Buddha, the Brain, and Bach” August 2014

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Juilliard Journal Article Leads to Alumnae Collaboration, 2013

My collaboration with composer Dalit Warshaw (MM 1997, DMA, 2003) was foreshadowed 26 years ago, at a memorial concert for the pianist Nadia Reisenberg, former Juilliard faculty member, at Merkin Hall in 1989. I was there as an audience member, Dalit as a teenage performer of her own works for piano. I was impressed by […]

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Corte Madera Patch Interview by Pam Feinsilber, 2011

A couple of weeks ago, the new session of the book group I lead at Book Passage had its first meeting. That’s where I met Barbara Bogatin—who had read not only the book we would discuss with its writer, but her previous book, delighting the author, needless to say. Even more impressive, Bogatin told us […]

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Juilliard Journal Tribute to Albert Fuller, Extraordinary Musician; 2008

The Big Picture, and the Most Essential Truth—That Was Albert It’s amazing how many people who had the great pleasure of working with Albert consider him not just teacher, but mentor. Yes, he was an “early-music specialist,” but what he taught was all of music, and not just how to play with others, but […]

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