To help with healing, UC Irvine music students bring their instruments to Las Vegas shooting memorial
By David Whiting "There are lessons learned in the fires of 9-11, lessons that will last forever. The best are about love, hope and giving. It is one week after 604 people were killed or wounded by a storm of bullets in Las Vegas. Near the city’s official entrance, Sarah Koo steps out of a van where 58 white crosses stand tall. Blinded by her tears, the 37-year-old cellist tells herself to pull it together, that she’s a professor of music, that she’s here on a mission. Koo sets down her cello and draws the bow over the instrument’s four strings." Follow the link to read the full article.
October 20, 2017