Fall Recap – Part II

And now, massively overdue, is the next installment of my Fall recap!  I thought I should get it posted before we got to the summer. To Cuba!  On Nov. 1st, we packed our bags and headed to JFK for an early morning flight.  Joining us on this second sojourn to Havana was composer Pamela Sklar

Fall Recap 1

My first day back teaching college after our trip to Cuba, a student asked me if I had a good vacation.  I was…not pleased, to say the least. But, I took a deep breathe and explained that playing three concerts in six days is not a vacation,  nor would Professors miss a week of class in

And We’re Off!

Last night, we kicked off the new season with a fabulous Groupmuse house concert on the Upper West Side of Manhattan.  Literally steps from Lincoln Center, we performed a program for about 25 people in a lovely, intimate setting.  For those who don’t know, Groupmuse is an organization that helps pair musicians and house concerts

Check it twice

The Washington Post recently wrote an editorial saying the Summer is over-rated. It’s possible that’s true. What is summer really? – A time when it’s really hot!! For many of us, summer is when we envision getting a lot done. We make lists and once made, they are hard to escape. The “list” is that