Category Archive: Performance

Outdated Knowledge and Music

Earlier today, I gave one of my students a CD of a number tracks from my various music ensembles (at her request).  Her immediate response (after thanking me) was to ask me if… Continue reading

“A Klingon Christmas Carol” opens tonight!!

The music I composed and recorded will have it’s official premiere tonight.  It has already been featured during three preview shows last week, but tonight marks the opening night of the production.  Blurb… Continue reading

10,000 hours or talent?

A recent piece in the NYTimes gives a sobering palliative to Malcolm Gladwell’s ’10,000 hours’ meme.  This particular excerpt relates specifically to music: In our own recent research, we have discovered that “working… Continue reading

Action Painting, Performance Art and Music

A recent post by Eric Edberg, Painting to Music, reminded me of some of my past experiences in this interesting collaborative genre.  I mentioned a performance painting done by David Garibaldi (which I… Continue reading

S.A.R.A. “Sounds and Rhythms of Afghanistan”

So tonight I will be going to the Kentucky Center for the Performing Arts to see S.A.R.A. (Sounds and Rhythms of Afghanistan).  This show will be exciting as I’ve spent so much time… Continue reading

Why bellydancers, anyway? (part 3) “confessions of a bellydance musician”

This one is four years coming.  I can’t even remember if I ever posted the “part 3″ or not, but was considering blogging about some things relating to being a being a dancers’… Continue reading

  • RSS News

  • Community

  • Meta

  • Archives