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I haven’t been writing/posting in here for a long time. I’m not really that busy though. It’s just that I’ve already start my internship last week and the week before that was dedicated in getting all my requirements and enrollment. 553 more words


Thomas Hampson in Taiwan

with the NSO under Kahchun Wong

It’s all Mahler tonight. Another performance of Mahler’s first.

But that wasn’t the only first on the program.

The terribly charming, famous, and very talented Thomas Hampson made his very first visit to our little island in the Pacific, and what better premiere performance could one want, especially from Hampson, than Mahler? 1,050 more words

Concert Review

NSO's Poem of Ecstasy

featuring Jan Vogler

Programming is so important.

And our NSO is sounding incredible this season.

Some of you likely enjoyed, depending on your generation, making mixtapes, burning mixes on CD, or creating playlists to distribute or enjoy via various media means, but the very same thing happens in the concert hall, not just for one concert, but for an entire season, or even across seasons. 1,209 more words

Concert Review

NSO's 2017 Season Opener

What is Mozart’s music if not naked, pure, exposed, unadulterated, magnificent beauty?

A few weeks ago, we had the TSO’s season opener¬†with accomplished pianist Kirill Gerstein making his first appearance in Taiwan, and it was a fine one. 966 more words

Concert Review

Divinely loving #marriage

Once I saw Venician vines. Well it was in a book.
But I can imagine the Farmer picking the right ones,
Juicing into the barrels building His empire. 195 more words


The Social Community Within San Marcos

By Dedrion Weweh
Blog Content Contributor

Two years ago before I transferred to Texas State, I was deeply concerned as to how and where I would socially fit in. 394 more words

Web Content

How to Survive Life: Go to the Wolf Trap!

Not only did I get to see La La Land on the big screen, but I also got to see the music performed live by the National Symphony Orchestra! 154 more words