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Creating Singing Work for Museums and Art Galleries

Creating a market for singing as a professional singer often requires thinking outside the box and seeing opportunities where others see nothing.

From 1985-2005 I was successful in creating programs and performing opportunities which were brought into many museums and art galleries in the Washington, DC area. 1,808 more words

Teaching Singing

Backlogging Part One

Oh boy…..

Well, started this blog 3 years ago, posted 3 times, and became so busy with school and performing I forgot I even had a blog. 657 more words

mossjon314159 reblogged this on Misty Midwest Mossiness and commented:

An update on my daughter's blog (three years and waiting) but I'm so proud of her. I can't wait to here her perform again.

The Changing Beat

My blog has stagnated of late. There are many reasons, but the primary two are some personal issues with family members, and other writing pursuits. Either way, it’s time to focus again on this little corner of the InterWebz. 632 more words

Drum Talk Tales and the Barber of Seville

Drum Talk Tales
Monday, February 2 | 7:00 PM | Storytelling Wing

Drum Talk Tales is a collection of rhythmic folktales and stories from all over the world. 175 more words

...and The Kitchen Sink

Dual Degree?

Okay so have you ever had good things happen to you for some time and then you go through a time of stress and its not fun? 288 more words

College

Why “Higher” Education Isn’t the “Solution”… « L.E. Modesitt, Jr. – The Official Website

http://www.lemodesittjr.com/2015/01/20/why-higher-education-isnt-the-solution/

I just depressed myself reading this article. My daughter completed her Masters in Vocal Performance last year. Everything Modesitt mentioned is true only he paints an even more daunting and brutal career landscape than I imagined. 16 more words

Mutterings