Posts Tagged ‘People’
Today is the 12th day of Christmas, The Epiphany. The word epiphany has such wonderful connotations. It refers to a moment when something is revealed, something wonderful that changes one’s life. Whether great or small, these changes bring new perspective, new knowledge – wisdom. I usually send out holiday cards around this time of year…Read More
Solemn Autumn. Solemn Harvest.
There’s a wonderful work for Flute and Harp by the American composer George Rochberg called “The Slow Fires of Autumn.” I must admit I knew about it long before I heard it because the title conjured such strong associations for me: leaf piles, leisurely wood fires somewhere in the distance, cold weather and warm cider,…Read More
Concert with the Juilliard Orchestra
Juilliard Orchestra March 29, 2012, 8:00 PM Alice Tully Hall – New York, NY George Walker: Elegy William Schumann: Cello Concerto – Jiyoung Lee. cello Ludwig van Beethoven: Symphony #4 Conductors are always looking for opportunities, and sometimes they come in the form of replacing a colleague who becomes ill or incapacitated. Such was the case…Read More