Remembering Alex DePue

A fatal car accident in Mexico claimed the life of the accomplished fiddler Alex DePue on Thursday morning. He was 49.

Alex and his violin-playing brothers formed the popular DePue Brothers Band which specializes in “a vivid blend of bluegrass, classical, and rock genres.” Alex DePue’s rock star virtuosity is evident in this clip, which blends Paganini with Yes’ Owner of a Lonely Heart and Michael Jackson’s Smooth Criminal:

Featured Image: Photograph by Amy E. Voigt

About Timothy Judd

A native of Upstate New York, Timothy Judd has been a member of the Richmond Symphony violin section since 2001. He is a graduate of the Eastman School of Music where he earned the degrees Bachelor of Music and Master of Music, studying with world renowned Ukrainian-American violinist Oleh Krysa.

The son of public school music educators, Timothy Judd began violin lessons at the age of four through Eastman’s Community Education Division. He was a student of Anastasia Jempelis, one of the earliest champions of the Suzuki method in the United States.

A passionate teacher, Mr. Judd has maintained a private violin studio in the Richmond area since 2002 and has been active coaching chamber music and numerous youth orchestra sectionals.

In his free time, Timothy Judd enjoys working out with Richmond’s popular SEAL Team Physical Training program.

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  1. So, the Modern Paganini, to our dismay, joins the multitudes on the Altar of ConvidjabCult

    …duckduckgo search,’heart attack from jabs’…eg., mRNA jab linked to heart attacks — Let Freedom Ring
    ronmclean.us › mrna-jab-linked-to-heart-attacks

    The study from Circulation, published on November 8, 2021, asserts from its data that “mRNA vacs dramatically increase inflammation on the endothelium and T cell infiltration of cardiac muscle and may account for the observations of increased thrombosis, cardiomyopathy, and other vascular events following vaccination.”
    mRNA jab linked to heart attacks — Let Freedom Ring
    ronmclean.us › mrna-jab-linked-to-heart-attacks
    AND
    $1M offer-no takers_ Incriminating evidence by Steve Kirsch
    stevekirsch.substack.com /p/incriminating-evidence

    ‘ I heard an unvaxxed commentator living near Washington DC say that he nearly gets in a car accident every time he goes on the freeway,
    because other drivers seem less focused.

    So I looked it up, and the US Department of Transportation’s National Highway Traffic Safety Administration reported “the largest six-month increase ever recorded in the Fatality Analysis Reporting System’s history.

    An estimated 20,160 people died in motor vehicle crashes in the first half of 2021,
    up 18.4% over 2020.

    That’s the largest number of projected fatalities in that time period since 2006.”
    (see here: https://www.nhtsa.gov/press-releases/usdot-releases-new-data-showing-road-fatalities-spiked-first-half-2021).

    I would normally see 4 or 5 crashes a year IF that.

    Last week I saw 6 separate crashed car.

    One happened 5 minutes in front of me and I drove past as the cops arrived.
    2 of the crashes were on a straight road
    where the driver just went off the road and into the trees for no reason.

    So there is a massive spike in car crashes.

    Usually a crash would involve 2 or more cars.

    It is weird seeing multiple separate crashes,
    especially on a straight road in fine weather – no ice or rain.’

    Incriminating evidence

    Steve Kirsch
    1/17/2022
    561 comments

    Here is a collection of evidence that highlights the glaring errors in our pandemic response…Since nobody inside the CDC, NIH, or FDA will talk to me or any members of my team of experts,
    I have tried to discuss the evidence summarized in this document with the members of the outside committee members of the CDC and FDA.

    I offered them $1M to take a meeting (or I will donate it to a charity of their choice if they want). They all refused. I have no idea why. They won’t tell me. I didn’t even get a counter offer. It’s so hard to give away a million dollars nowadays…

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