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T.O.’s MENDELSSOHN CHOIR spectacular in Haydn’s “CREATION”

Review by David Richards
Last night, the near capacity audience at Koerner Hall stepped out of the reality of today’s world of global waste and desecration to celebrate the wonders of life on this planet. 492 more words


“Seussical The Musical” is a Smash Hit!

No one could have predicted how well the Music Department would pull off this year’s play, Seussical The Musical, a collaboration of Dr. Seuss’s greatest works. 590 more words


Ready for Recital

While looking through some pictures to try and find something to spark an idea for a blog post I ran across a couple of interesting pictures. 307 more words


Not a polaroid, but important

Jeff Turner is a man who I’ve had the pleasure of learning from for the last 4 years. To say it has been a pleasure is to put it mildly. 205 more words

April 2016

3 hours of joy

Hans Zimmer – here in my hometown!
It was worth every penny. I knew this concert would be good . . . well, because of… 282 more words


Central Hosts Large Group Music Contest

Cobbler musicians will showcase their talents Thursday when Central hosts the region’s high schools in the Large Group Music Contest.

By Molly Boehler

The Region 8 Large Group Music Contest is this Thursday (May 28, 2016). 386 more words


"Out of Ashes" Premieres Next Week!

Since I last wrote, I’ve received some big news: I won the Nashville Philharmonic Orchestra’s Composition Competition with my new work, “Out of Ashes.”  The premiere is one week from today, and to say I’m thrilled and excited and honored doesn’t even begin to express how I feel about this! 388 more words