When I owned cats, I had a closet that I stored the vacuum, my viola and their cat food in. I called it the closet of pleasure and pain because the cats would get extremely excited and happy if they thought food was coming out of it – and then absolutely terrified if it was the vacuum.. or viola.
So how surprised was I that as Maggie and I started our warm up at Trader’s Point Creamery that this music loving kitty makes himself at home listening to our Kessler Strings violin and viola duo? I learned his name was Gus and that he’s definitely helpful in keeping the farm rodents down.
Gus brought sweet touch to this intimate wedding we played. Including Kessler Strings, I think there were 20 guests in all. I always feel so honored when we are asked to bring our music to something like this and it fills my heart up so much to think about the memories we are helping to create.
Even if Gus isn't around, think about music might create beautiful memories for you and your guests. Contact is at Kessler Strings to start planning!