I’ll do my best to keep my blog updated during my East coast adventures, but for real time updates the best place to check is my Twitter account! Note that you can read my tweets by clicking on that link – no need for a Twitter account (but if you have one, give me a follow)
I’m excited about an upcoming trip to the East coast of the USA. First, I’ll be attending the Somerset harp festival. This is a 4 day (July 21-24th) celebration of the folk harp, with tons of workshops and concerts. If you’re attending, lets connect!
From there, after spending a little time in NYC I have a workshop plus a concert in upper New York state on Tuesday, July 26th. Presented by the Central New York State chapter of the American harp society, the workshop starts at 4pm and I’ll cover fingering, scales, and phrasing/dynamics. The concert will follow at 7pm. Email Sherj to reserve your spot in the workshop, or just show up for the concert!
Then I have a few free days before I make my way towards Philadelphia – do you live in NY, NJ, or MA and are interested in setting up a last minute house concert or workshop? Send me an email!
On Sunday, July 31st I’ll be performing outside of Philadelphia at St. Andrew’s church, 27 Kresson-Gibbsboro Road, Gibbsboro, New Jersey (organized by one of my Skype students!)
And finally I’ll be spending August 1 and 2 in Chicago, visiting Lyon and Healy. If you’re in Chicago and want to hang out, let me know!
I know I’ve been pretty quite recently in terms of blog posts/facebook/YouTube, etc. Keeping busy, though! (See my next post for info about my upcoming East Coast adventure).
In the meantime, I reached a couple large numbers on my YouTube channel – I now have over 700,000 total views and my video of the Grandjany cadenza for the Handel Harp Concerto has over 200,000 views! Pretty cool. Thanks to everyone who has watched and here’s to one million views before too long!