Lessons Learned From Rubato

Keisha Adams has two great loves, her cello and food. With dreams of opening her own restaurant one day, Keisha’s plans to learn all she can from her aunt who had worked in some of the best kitchens around the country. However when her aunt is diagnosed with early onset Alzheimer’s, their lessons become overshadowed with desperation and painful loss that becomes real more and more each day.

Hoping to escape the pressure to live up to her family’s expectations, Keisha lands a lottery spot in a summer music program, where things are no less simpler but if she can handle tedious practice schedules, intense rivalries, and learn just how fast she can run with a cello strapped to her back, she might just be able to figure out how to bring all elements in her life into perfect harmony.

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