It's coming up on two years now, since I took over as the mid-day host at WCNY. A lot has happened, and I thought it was probably a good time to sit down for a bit and take stock of how things are going. Things are great! I walk into the radio station every morning … Continue reading Two Years and Counting
Quiet time. Time to think, reflect - and blog. That's something that's been missing for a while. Things at the radio station are going very well. Just like any new endeavor, it's taken a bit of time to settle into a routine. Not to mention, as I get more comfortable (and folks around the office … Continue reading A Quiet Saturday Afternoon
Working full-time as an administrator (or whatever) meant my musical ambitions would be at the mercy of the needs of my non-musical job. So together, my husband and I decided that I would not take a job that was not musically-related, and we would make whatever sacrifices were necessary in order to allow me to pursue my music.
. . . is like dancing about architecture. (Martin Mull) This quote has been rattling around in my mind quite frequently as of late. You see, amidst all the activity that is composition, and all the activity that surrounds that work (classroom visits, site maintenance, recording and mixing, etc., etc., etc.,) comes the search for … Continue reading Writing About Music . . .
I love September. In many ways, it feels like a re-birth to me. Rehearsals start up again for Samba Laranja and the CNY Flute Choir. The concert season begins in earnest for most music and arts organizations. Days are breezy, nights are wonderfully cool, leaves are showing the first signs of turning. It's as though … Continue reading Three Songs Re-launch
It's official. My Kickstarter campaign did not get funded. Needless to say, I’m disappointed. And poorer in the end, of course, since I'll be paying for it all myself now. But what I really am is incredibly disheartened. I realize I’ve never been a social guru. I was never part of the “popular” crowd in … Continue reading A Kickstarter Summary