Kind of Blog
Here to report on my mini-quest to understand the “World” community and how being an “artist” fits into the grand scheme of things. People separate the “artist” community from the “everybody else” community. The artist has all types of myths shadowing their lives. Are they in it for the money or for the pure love
Well, I’m baaaacccck!!!!! And I’m am excited. Spread the Word. Sunday, January 22, 2012, I will be playing the first every Jazz Lunch at The Zinc Bar. It’s the kick-off for the POJVAPE series. What’s POJVAPE? It’s the Philosophy of Jazz Vocal and Performance Etiquette workshop series. What better way to demonstrate what the workshop
Yeah, I know it’s the last minute, but…… I’m playing a fun gig tomorrow at the beautiful Bayside Historical Society. This is the second time we’ve performed in this space. If you are out and about in Bayside, NY tomorrow afternoon, come on by and see us. Here are some more exact details: BHS Annual
January 2, 2012 I know my last post was back in 2009. It’s shameful and a little embarrassing. I will do better, this I promise. Ok…. The New Year, well I will start with the old one. It was an interesting year. It felt like a whole lifetime passing in 12 months. Knowledge seemed to
Brooklyn For Peace is an organization that was founded in 1984 by a small group of parents that were concerned about the devastating effects of war. Now 25 years later they are still going strong. I have been a member for 3 years now and have served on the board for 2 of those years.
Little did I know that the following month I would be back in Indonesia playing music with my dear friend and conducting workshops at the school. I arrived on Monday, March 2nd and it was much hotter than I remembered. I was met at the airport by a representative from the Java Jazz Festival and