I set out to write about Mozart because Friday, January 27, 2012, was his 256th birthday. As a good classically trained musician, I’m supposed to highly value these sorts of things and pay homage to the monuments of musical evolution. However, as I started doing some research for this piece, fully planning on fulfilling my promise for… Continue reading Dima and Mozart: R. I. P.
My Husband’s Not on Etsy. Yet.
While I’m on a role with plugging family art products and giving you gift ideas for the fast-approaching Valentine’s Day, here is a suggestion. This CD was recorded by a guy I know, and it is really beautiful music. Massif Trio Plays Shumann, Schubert, and Strauss. German art songs that were originaly written for voice… Continue reading My Husband’s Not on Etsy. Yet.
A Year of New
Officially starting this new blog now. Nathan’s site is going to be more focused on his professional activities, and this site will have a little different flavor. As this new year is beginning, we have many aspirations and many feelings of “newness.” A new career. No, I haven’t returned to my childhood dream of being… Continue reading A Year of New