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When We Realize We've Let the Arts Down

After my performance yesterday at the 3rd Annual Eudora Charity Event I met this 87 year old beauty of a soul that went on to tell me that both her and her mother played violin. 261 more words


The Day Has Come

I can hardly believe it, but 4 pieces, and 43 posts later, we are finally at the day of the concert. As I mentioned in the ‘ 177 more words


A Tiny Ring (I remember once again)

Another beautiful haunting song from Jewelia, moving words too.

If I remember correctly, A Tiny Ring (I remember once again) was part of Jewelia’s acoustic set at… 203 more words


Violin: The First Meeting

Today I met with Tanya for the first time in order to start discussing the direction and general sound world of the piece that I am planning on writing for her. 690 more words


Max Richter and Daniel Hope in concert (Paradiso, Amsterdam)

From baroque to the present

It is always refreshing to hear a piece of classic stature in a way you would have never imagined possible. Such is the case with… 248 more words


Review: Itzhak Perlman, with John Root, serves up delicious recital for Hill Auditorium audience

Susan Isaacs Nisbett
Ann Arbor, Mich. (Sept. 15, 2014)

Of the great musical artists before the public today, there are a select few who generate not just feelings of admiration but of affection. 555 more words

Ann Arbor

It Snows Here

♦ Racheal Cogan – composer, recorders, harpsichord, mixing

Kung Bass Recorder (designed and built by Geri Bollinger), Treble recorder (by Michael Grinter)

♦ Tony Lewis – tombak… 285 more words