Merry Christmas to all of you and thank you for taking an interest in my work this year and your kind encouragement!
I feel so much gratitude for all that God has done in my life this year. My faith sustains me through the highs and lows.
Wishing you all the best or 2023!
What a treat this morning to catch up with my favourite teacher I had in Newark, Pat Jowett. So good to see how well he is and hasn’t changed a bit!
Went for an hour long walk along the river Trent near where he lives. He was such a hands-on and encouraging teacher, I owe him a lot!
Time to move on to other areas of the cello front…
Final adjustments of the patch will be made once the front goes back onto the ribstructure.
I received the sweetest email a couple of days ago from Jonny Thofeldt in Sweden, who recently purchased my Crack Repair Course – this is an extract from it:
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This morning’s clean and retouch of some acidic sweat damage to the varnish.
I just love this little solid file and now use it so often for so many different things. Another brilliant Japanese tool my friend Michiko Hayashi gave to me as a present.
I’m in the process of fitting an L-edge to the top treble bout of a cello.
My new Online Course on Crack Repair is now available on my Teachable Site!
Evie Troy from TROY Productions and I embarked on this mission of making another online course at the beginning of 2022. The filming was done in March and April and after many months of editing, we’re finally there!
I hope many of you will find it to be a worthwhile teaching resource for many years to come.