Nov 5, 2012 General Comments
Having some fun, in duet, at Books & Books this Thursday night. Violin (with electronics) and Guitar (finger tapped, looped)…a bit different than what you’d expect from those 2 instruments.
It’s Books & Books 30th year Anniversary Week. It’s free : )
Oct 17, 2012 General Comments
Michael Stock has kindly invited us back on Nov 18th to play and talk a little about our upcoming performance at Arts at St Johns, Miami Beach, Nov 25th, 2012
We’ll be on around 4 PM
Oct 3, 2011 General Comments
I’ll be “sitting in ” with Absinthe Trio at PAX this coming Wed, 10/5. Somewhere between 8-11 PM.
Gonna be fun!
Jun 29, 2011 General Comments
This is quite a week in Pittsburgh at Duquesne University with terrific talent, faculty and students.
Amazing violinists at Strings Without Boundaries last night! OMG!
I can’t tell you whose playing, compositions or improvisation was more moving or stunningly virtuosic! Let me just give you the names:
Richard Greene, Matt Turner, Julie Lyonn Lieberman, Martin Norgaard, Kellie Trottier & Yours Truly
Wish you were here to witness this!
Directors Stephen Benham, Julie Lieberman have outdone themselves.
Tags: cello, fiddle, improvisation, Indian Music, jazz, Julie Lieberman, Kellie Trottierr, Martin Norgaard, Matt Turner, Richard Greene, string camps, summer string camp, Vicki Richards, viola, violin, violin camp, violin fusion, World music
Apr 20, 2011 General Comments
Playing with Mitch Kopp (Guitar) on Friday night.
show starts at 8PM, Friday, April 22nd
We play about 9-10,10:30
Hope you can join us : )
We will have the new CD, She Vanishes, and more for sale.
location: Your Big Picture Cafe’
• (954) 252-5644
4900 S University Dr, Ste 110, Fort Lauderdale, FL 33328
just south of Griffin Rd
Apr 9, 2011 General Comments
Feb 27, 2011 General Comments
— Dr. William H. Stewart, former Surgeon General of the United States
I’ve been so annoyed with the intrusions of noise. I’m a musician and sensitive and have to protect my hearing.
In a city it’s a constant 24/7 disturbance.
It’s the leaf blowers that seem useless as stuff just blows into your neighbors yard.
I know machines are necessary. Hey I’m sitting in snowplow city.
But the snow quiets the place down.
Here’s a chart of how loud things are and potential damage.
Is there a page for “What size is your Auditory Canal” ?
I don’t know if this might be attached to the “You’ve got large feet” site.
I have noise canceling headphones that I have to use in order to fly. I use to carry earplugs with me at all times. There are restaurants I can’t eat in because of the noise level. If I have to go there I have to wear earplugs. This is viewed as totally neurotic by the 80% who don’t have this trait.
getting sleeping pills seems one way to deal, eye shades, room darkening shades, insulated baffled curtains.
Is there something in the consitution about the pursuit of Life, Liberty (from what?) and the pursuit of happiness (definition might include not having to arm ourselves against the intrusions of this age of technology)