Once you leave the supportive embrace of school, pursuing music can pose hurdles. Whether it’s playing an instrument or singing, how do you make time for rehearsals? Should you take lessons … and if you do, how to find the right teacher? How do you avoid physical strains … and cope with performance nerves?Yet thousands of adults pursue it because they love it. Baltimore native Amy Nathan surveyed hundreds for her new book, Making Time for Making Music. One is Liz Sogge [sog], a data specialist by trade, violinist for love.