It occurs to me that I should make more frequent blog posts, else my life appears stagnant.
This past month+ has been a busy time, wherein I've done a lot of exciting things, which I will now just brashly list, rather than describe in the detail they deserve:
The month of November brings with it yet more excitement. This Thursday, I embark with Anna Weisling and Eric Sheffield for Florence, Alabama, where we will perform this weekend in the Electroacoustic Juke Joint, held at the University of North Alabama. We will be performing the piece exit crafting, which was first performed in a rudimentary state in my senior recital this past April. (You can listen to that performance here.) We've expanded it to three movements, and clarified its purpose a bit. I will hopefully post more media evidence of this on this site soon. We perform on Friday, November 12. We had a rehearsal performance yesterday for the double bass masterclass (my old stomping ground) at the UW School of Music. As long as all of Eric's drivers work, this should go pretty well. We will be packing three people, a bass, plus amps, computers, projector and maybe some sandwiches into Eric's Yaris for this sojourn.
The morning after we drive back to Madison, I fly out at 6AM to visit a dear friend in Boston, as well as sneak around some grad schools.
More as it happens.
I send emails occasionally about upcoming performances. They're very cordial.
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