headshot-jeila-smallTHIS IS A GUEST BLOG FROM Jeila Irdmusa.  Jeila is a soprano who recently graduated from Boston Conservatory.  In addition to working on my team as Artist Liaison, Jeila is the featured soprano in the 2014 concert of my concert of song cycles at Boston University,  “Songs of the Pyre.”  You can read more about that project in this blog: Help Wanted! Concert Name.

Deborah is off to Indianapolis for her upcoming concert with the Indianapolis Chamber Orchestra on Sat. Nov. 9th at the Athenaeum Theatre. (Get your tix!!)

Deborah is going to get up on stage with an amazing group of musicians this Saturday, and a lot of work went into preparing for it!

As I was learning the ropes of what it meant to work for Deborah… I started to realize how insanely organized she has to be in order to get on stage and live up to her title as the “wild woman of the harp!”

I imagined that when she booked a concert playing with symphony orchestra, she would simply show up, prance off the plane, shimmy onto the stage and do her thang. Not so!!!!

Deborah is a composer, and she keeps a tight system in the Golden Cage Music Library. Watch the video to find out how she organizes the 100+ people it takes to perform with a full blown orchestra and end up on stage performing for YOU! You’ll also meet Nick Cazares, our Music Librarian, who’s an orchestral composer and conductor himself!

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