Stuart Kelter interviews Natalie Hodges, who is both a writer and a classical violinist. Born and raised in Denver and currently living in Boulder, Colorado, she has performed throughout Colorado and in New York, Boston, Paris, and the Italian Piedmont, as well as at the Aspen Music Festival and the Stowe Tango Music Festival. She graduated from Harvard University, where she studied English and music. Her recently published first book, a memoir entitled Uncommon Measure: A Journey Through Music, Performance, and the Science of Time, explores the intersections of music and time, lived experience as flow states and their interruption, the price and rewards of devotion to art, and coming to peace with the relinquishing, or at least transformation, of a lifelong professional ambition.
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