Ruminations

  • the labor of forgetting
    FALSE AZURE RECORDS LAUNCHES INAUGURAL ALBUM, THE LABOR OF FORGETTING, ON NOVEMBER 4; INCLUDES THREE WORLD PREMIERES Art song and works for solo piano by American composers Katherine Balch and Dante De Silva shimmer in this release from this new independent record label. KINGSTON, N.Y. — False Azure Records launches its inaugural album, the laborContinue reading “the labor of forgetting”
  • Program notes for ‘Out of Silence’
    During this time of uncertainty and separation, as we willingly sacrifice opportunities to gather in the hope that we might shorten the virus’ hold on all of us, Ryan and I offer this small program, “Out of Silence.” We are extraordinarily grateful to The Stissing Center and to the generous donors who made this concertContinue reading “Program notes for ‘Out of Silence’”
  • Some Early Thoughts on Covid-19
    As all musicians know, the COVID-19 pandemic has been disastrous for the arts community. With personal gatherings banned, we have all lost months of income with no recourse for unemployment or other aid measures; meanwhile, the future is still very much in question. I was asked to contribute some thoughts to the Cornell Concert SeriesContinue reading “Some Early Thoughts on Covid-19”

the labor of forgetting

FALSE AZURE RECORDS LAUNCHES INAUGURAL ALBUM, THE LABOR OF FORGETTING, ON NOVEMBER 4; INCLUDES THREE WORLD PREMIERES Art song and works for solo piano by American composers Katherine Balch and Dante De Silva shimmer in this release from this new independent record label. KINGSTON, N.Y. — False Azure Records launches its inaugural album, the laborContinue reading “the labor of forgetting”

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