Someone wrote something on facebook the other day that gave me pause for a minute. I wanted to say something about it. I’m not sure how long this will go, or if I will even get this completely right, but bear with me... I really do believe that recordings, and the resulting sense of perfection, … Continue reading Why perfect classical music has to die for classical music to live.
We embark on 2020, and I don't know about you, but I'm feeling like this will be a big year for personal growth. The surgery in the summer led to predictable personal work and introspection, despite being behind on nearly every single project. I'm grateful I survived it and I'm looking forward to a few … Continue reading A New Year unlike the others
Norbert Palej is a real treasure. We had a really moving concert with Polycoro on the 9th of November. It hit close to home for me, thanks to Norbert Palej's wonderful work - Arise, Cry out in the night. It was written as a commentary/memorial of the Warsaw Ghetto uprising, and was commissioned by the … Continue reading Arise, Cry out in the night