Category Archives: Choirs

South Bend<--->Ann Arbor, who knows …

Greetings! I took a little time off for a quick, but intense trip to South Bend, then Ann Arbor, then South Bend, then Ann Arbor, then Detroit! I was on Eva duty as designated Grandparent as Alek taught opera classes … Continue reading

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What happened next?

Greetings! So, I left you in the Boston airport on April 25 after the successful recording, editing, and mastering sessions of my Really Short Opera – Frogs Always Get You in the End. (Go over to the music/opera page to hear … Continue reading

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Back from a strange and intense Hiatus …

Greetings! It’s been quite a while since I’ve spoken with you. I see the last post is dated April 5 – OMG! I had been relating that marvelous time in Tucson and Phoenix when I was hanging out with my … Continue reading

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Missin’ the Mox …

Greetings all! Coming to the end of my three weeks in Phoenix/Tucson! I’ve been Hanging out in Phoenix and Tucson with Arizona Opera, represented by Cenerentola (Daniela) and Ramiro (Alek), AND my main squeeze – granddaughter, Eva (22 months old)! … Continue reading

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I knew February was short, but … did it happen?

Greetings all! I sit here observing the beautiful rose bush embracing the mailbox in the front yard, and realize that it’s March 7 – egad! We had a great Minneapolis/NYC trip to hear Alek (Soler – Diana’s Garden), Daniela (Dvorak … Continue reading

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Well, that was quite a hiatus … !

Greetings! In case you’ve forgotten, I left you next to the Christmas Tree on December 21! Now it’s January 25, 2017 and much has happened! After Alek, Daniela, and Eva headed for Christmas in Houston, we had a wonderful Yule … Continue reading

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November? What November … ?

Greetings long, lost friends! Here I sit in my new home office, Christmas Tree up, outside lights a-glow, and a frigid 73 degrees ushering in the season to be jolly. To be fair, today dawned very overcast and rainy (after … Continue reading

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The Big DASHING Contest!

Starting December 5th and running through December 16th, Naxos will be starting a #12DaysofNaxos giveaway where viewers can have a chance to win holiday albums from the Naxos library and their distributed labels. DASHING (featuring two pieces by James Shrader) was … Continue reading

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Waving at Matthew …

Greetings! Happy October (and Columbus Day, BTW!). Last post I detailed our visit by the tropical storm Hermine. Since that time, and a few days ago, we were paid a fleeting visit by an outlying part of hurricane Matthew. Thankfully, … Continue reading

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Kissed by Hermine …

Greetings! By  now we can barely see Hermine’s derriere as she dissipates into the North Atlantic and beyond, but for about 24 hours a few days ago, South Georgia felt the brunt of her fury. Having lived here since 2006, … Continue reading

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