1. @Coldplay cover of “Magic”. Decided to have a little fun with flutes tonight. :) 💙💋🎵 Full(er) version: http://youtu.be/wKRSfpywS_I


  2. Lips 💋

    So what if my reeds are stained?


  3. fear-the-french-horn:

    Music shall always speak

    (via alittleurbanmusician)


  4. "I think if I’ve learned anything about friendship, it’s to hang in, stay connected, fight for them, and let them fight for you. Don’t walk away, don’t be distracted, don’t be too busy or tired, don’t take them for granted. Friends are part of the glue that holds life and faith together. Powerful stuff."
    — Jon Katz (via observando)


  6. (Source: staypozitive, via thesaxgrad)


  7. "How you vibrate is what the universe echoes back to you."
    —  Panache  (via themischaproject)

    (Source: ignitingenergy, via iamnotover)


  8. jonnyrodgers-cindertalk:

    Cindertalk and Todd Reynolds show - Houston, TX.  

    Photo by Sarah Theissen.


  9. #tbt (2012) playing sax in a hula hoop. Los Angeles. Where #dreams come true.


  10. Funny thing is, this applies to life AND sax.


  11. Enjoying the view. Rehearsals for Music of the Night at @amtshows opens in less than a week and I am stoked to play!


  12. Had the privilege of designing this book cover for the brilliant Shelly McDunn. It’s finally Available for purchase on Kindle, paperback, AND large print! STOKED! Check it: http://www.amazon.com/dp/1495290220/ref=cm_sw_r_tw_awdm_mTmrtb0ZZRCRW

    #mystery #novel


  13. Intro to #TopOfTheWorld for alto #sax. Gonna do something fancy with this tune. Thanks for the #inspiration @mikeposner #RelateLoveInspire



  15. "

    If you practice all the time and master your instrument then call yourself a great instrumentalist…a great pianist, a great violinist, a great bassoonist, a great cellist, etc.

    And if you learn how to phrase musically, and understand the musical structure and grammar of music and so forth, you call yourself a musician.

    But until that person out there listening gets some kind of goose bumps one way or the other, through joy or sorrow or what have you, then don’t call yourself an artist.

    We have the power to move people and this should be the goal and not how many fast notes could we play per square inch or square measure.

    Also, never forget that we are all students for life. I am constantly learning still and no matter what you do, the learning and growing will never stop, and whether you are 8, 18 or age 88, we are students for life.

    — Daniel Matsukawa’s advice for young, aspiring musicians (via theriteofawesome)

    (via alittleurbanmusician)