For percussionist Theresa Dimond, finding her instrument was an adventure in musical exploration.
“Percussion was not my first instrument,” she says. “And it is interesting how it became my ‘chosen’ instrument. I started on accordion at age 5 — which is obligatory if you come from a big Italian family like I do. I then went to piano lessons a year or so later. Then, in fourth grade, I took up oboe, English horn and percussion.” Continue reading