• Dumplings, Facial Soap, and Talking to Strangers

    Posted by Sumo Coregami
    Interview with Kevin Yu Founder at Coregami It's not easy being a master of none. When he's not working, teaching the violin, swatting tennis balls, performing with the symphony - he's chasing after a dog. We had a chance to go for a run with Kevin....
  • Better With Age

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    Interview with Austin Huntington Principal Cellist with the Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra   Rachel Watkins  9/08/2017 For Austin, music is more than just playing the right notes at the right time. Music is an experience. And, his greatest challenge—and greatest reward—is to get the most out of...
  • The Origin of Coregami

    Posted by Kevin Yu
    Artists serving Artists : the Coregami origin story Hey it's me, Kevin at Coregami. It's our birthday and we just became a two year old company. Instead of taking a victory lap around the house, I'd like to take a moment to reflect and share...
  • Houston, we have a percussionist

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    Interview with Dr. Matt McClung Principal Percussionist with the River Oaks Chamber Orchestra Rachel Watkins  5/15/2017 They say variety is the spice of life and, for River Oaks Chamber Orchestra principal percussionist Matthew McClung, it’s also the soundtrack of life. After all, according to him, one...
  • Pack Lightly And Carry a Big Bass

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    Interview with Jordan Frazier Principal Bass with the Grammy-award winning, Orpheus Chamber Orchestra Westchester Philharmonic, and the Bard Festival. Never mind its size, the bass has taken Jordan Frazier on a larger-than-life journey—from one of the most sacred places in Japan to Metallica (yes, the metal band!)...

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