Richard Moss, M.D.

Dr. Richard Moss is an ear, nose, and throat surgeon in private practice in Jasper, Indiana. He writes a column for the local paper. To see more of Dr. Moss’s articles, visit his website at

From Bribery to Musical Achievement My Daughter and Her Violin Fifteen Years Later

March 21, 2012 by Richard Moss, M.D.

I watched with my wife and three children from the pews of the old church in the small village of Dale, Indiana, a stately but modest wooden structure with a steeple, painted in white, on a quiet street, like a post card. My daughter, Arielle, eighteen years old, was readying herself for what would be her final recital as a member of “Strings,” the Suzuki organization of teachers, parents, and young students that is and has been the center of the violin universe in the area. Read more ▶

A Reluctant Child  Her Violin

August 1, 1998 by Richard Moss, M.D.

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