This blessed charged space always gives me the courage to walk on along my path, though I don’t know what it is or where it leads. All hail to the vast, art-encouraging, nourishing spirits in The Dragon’s Egg and its vision-maintainers, Marya Ursin and Dan Potter.
It was so good to see some folks, live. And sing some songs. Here at Fort Greene Park in Brooklyn with Dan Strauss, Nicholas Leichter, and Amy Larimer.
I’m also starting classes, this week, part-time, at Yale Divinity School and the Institute of Sacred Music. I have always known I’d go back to school for a Masters in Religion – here I am doing a Masters in Religion and Music, to boot. It makes a lot of sense, of course, though truthfully it is as much of a gut impulse as anything else. In the greatest sense, I am waiting to see.
Me and Celestials hope to be back at Nightingale’s Acoustic Cafe in Old Lyme, CT for Second Saturdays of the month…as soon as we can. Stay tuned.
…latest music review…last one for a bit…
I no longer live in Vermont, but I get to experience it – be experienced – through all the friends there. And also through Tim Lewis, a truly original and amazing supporter of local music in Burlington…who seems to manage to be many places at once, taking in and reporting on the local music scene. He is an advocate in many ways – tune in to his Sounds of Burlington on WBKM every Thursday from 9:00 – 11:00PM. With Ryan Cohen at Robot Dog Studios in Williston, Tim records “live from the studio” a different VT artist each week. It’s a pretty tremendous record – and – he’s makes a record out of it! Here’s the 2019 edition. I’m proud to be a part of it.
this is one of my favorite performing events of the year! in beloved New London. And the literary topic this year is…drum roll…Emily Dickinson. While I am completely overwhelmed – this is my favorite poet – where to start? – I will be there with bells and other things on my toes.
postcript…here I am, can you see the bells? The poem I danced was “I Envy”
…you are such a lovely place to play. So good to see Vermont friends and try out new tunes with Ted Looby and Nicholas Leichter.
I’ll be up in Vermont this weekend performing NEW songs – for the NEW album – with Ted Looby, Nicholas Leichter and Dan Strauss, at my favorite Burlington spot, Rose Street Gallery and Cooperative. 7:00. Chilly piano tunes.
…pretty wild to group up to my alma mater Connecticut College and see this incredible film…
Saturday Feb 22: Ted Looby, Nicholas Leichter, and Dan Strauss will playing with me at a Rose Street Coffeehouse, along with Erica B from Daisy World.
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