- Caught in the Spell
- Why Hair is Curly
- Marin Memoires (List of Blogs)
- Harp-Style Blues Workshop – Tue. June 25 – San Diego Area
- A Night at the Museum – Harp-Style
- Two Premieres … One Day
- Finding the Dance Palace
- Louisiana Harp-Break with Strings of Passion
- When I was a Prescription
- Postal Celebrity
- The Moment I Became a Musician
- I’ll Be Your Sous-Chef, Baby!
- Confessions of an Online-Course Junkie
- Dear (Contact First Name),
- Stitching a Connection
- The Nightingale – Download Sheet Music for Harp
- Dumb is Deep
- Why Silence?
- Being in Boston in Paradox
- Yesterday. Boston. The Marathon bombings.
- How I learned the Physical Zoom
- Super-Secret MP3 Widget
- A Short History of Easter Rabbits & Eggs
- Appearing LIVE … at YOUR House
- What would a Beta-testing Live-Streamed Dress-Rehearsal be called?
- The Recording Conundrum
- What do Harpist Composer’s-Assistants Do?
- Harp gets Hip at the Altamont in Asheville, NC
- Loneliness of the Long-Distance Composer
- Home Brew Cabaret – Mon. Mar. 11 – Cambridge, MA
Monthly Archives: September 2010
Go Forth & Amplify! After months of editing, I finally finished the 2nd Edition of the “Gurl’s Guide to Amplification.” Yippeee!!! If you’re wondering what a “Gurl” is, it’s is that part of your brain that sticks fingers in its … Continue reading
I don’t like deception, but I love being someone different than who I am. The problem is that it’s hard to tell the difference between that and deception, except on stage, where the boundary is clear and so the freedom … Continue reading
When I was in school – college – about the time I started playing the harp, I had an English class in which we studied poetry, including translation. The teacher described the difference between a literal translation of a poem … Continue reading
I’m working on a new project – or, I should say that I’m working newly on an ongoing project – called “Strings of Passion.” “Strings of Passion” is a concert of music, ideas and humor, and the Sept. 25th performance … Continue reading
Pouring soymilk on my cereal this morning, I slid down a wormhole back to my grandparent’s farm. The wormhole went like this: Soymilk container with fields of green soybean plants depicted on the front –> I like cows, but I … Continue reading