It’s time to start again–classes, lessons, and the “Birthday of the World”. Come sing, learn, and have fun in Boston and Cambridge. Or travel to Cape Cod for the High Holidays where no one needs a ticket to take a seat…Am HaYam meets in Orleans and I’m cantor, conductor and pianist…
This is late notice, but hey, it’s good to know at any time that elders can learn to do hip-hop…and I will do a cameo solo in Deborah Henson-Conant’s song about the library, in honor of our return to the newly renovated branch library where we have met since we started in 2013. Lots of good fun, and short, too!
I’ve been hearing from friends and former students this past while, and it is such a delight to hear that folks are continuing to sing and create. One has had a TV pilot accepted by CBS in Hollywood, another is singing in Germany, others are continuing their pursuits in Tokyo, Cleveland, and the Bay Area.
What a delight to be part of these lives and to remember how my teachers influenced me–all the voice teachers, choir conductors, English teachers and my yoga instructor, who said “You think you know your limitations but I can see your potential.”
I learn so much from my students, sometimes I think I should pay them!
Enjoying the quiet time by exercising while memorizing the Bunnies opera. Such beautiful music and fun–I so rarely get to be funny onstage.
This character is a hoot and I am having a blast learning about her as I try out her lines on my walks, It also keeps strangers from approaching me, because I am reacting to the music in my head.
So, our set designer, Lisa French, has asked for help with sewing bunnies. We don’t need 334 of them but could use some help. Anyone out there handy with a needle? I’ll send you a patter and you can have a close-up on some rehearsals and our eternal thanks.
334 Bunnies, the opera
Thursday January 26, 8pm Longy School, Harvard Square
Saturday February 4, 4:00 St. John’s in Jamaica Plain