Here we are once again preparing for spring concerts. Often at this time of year I’m in a state of near-hysterics as I furiously revise and mail, mail and revise, revise and mail and re-revise before re-mailing. This year is different somehow. When I go to clutch my skull in frustration I find that not only am I lacking in frustration but I no longer have large clumps of hair suspiciously similar to my own in my hands. It’s good.
Let’s break it down.
I’ll be doing an interview/roundtable discussion tomorrow on CITR‘s radio show “The Rib” at 4pm.
Friday the 9th will find me/us hearing the Nu:BC ensemble perform a revised version of “A Perfect Focus” for cello/clarinet/piano/flute.
Saturday the 10th is Savage Parade, a recital put together by SongDrama.
On Sunday the 11th, Paolo Bartolussi and Rachel Iwaasa are workshopping BlisterCuffs which I clamored about in a previous blog entry.
Last but certainly not least is a performance on May 2nd of A Cruel Circumstance by a collective of Eva’s devising.
….and then in May I leave for Hungary to sun myself in a cafe in Budapest.