This post might be a little stream of consciousness. It’s Holy Week, I’m tired, and last night I was exposed to one of the best/worst internet videos of all time.
Yesterday was my sister’s memorial service. She was 31. I’m not going to go into great detail, I already wrote about my reaction the day she died and when her dog, my first niece, passed. Here it is, my sister’s life, summed up in written form the best way I know how.
Regular readers will recall that a little while back I said we’d be away for a while due to the death of a friend. Truth be told, his loss was, at the time, the latest in a long string of Very Hard Things 2015 had handed us.
It seems, however, that June might bright A New Hope. (Sorry) But, before we get to the good stuff, let’s go over where we’ve been, shall we?
Featuring the Music of Hildegard von Bingen, Arvo Pärt, Eric Whitacre, and a premiere of Hilary Tann‘s exuberant “Exultet” for reed quintet and double chorus, arranged especially for Cappella Clausura, and with special guest Peggy Pearson, oboe. Hilary will be at each concert and will stay after each performance for a post concert talk-back with the audience.
Our May 3rd concert is a part of Newton’s May Festival of the Arts
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See you at the concerts!
Join The Seraphim Singers as we present a concert of sacred poetry in choral settings. We’ll be performing in two of greater Boston’s beautiful churches, First Church Congregational on Garden Street in Cambridge and St. Cecilia Parish in Boston.
It’s that time of year again, Meravelha has a concert for you. These hardy souls are, amongst the insanity of December, putting on a concert featuring the music of the Christmas season. Twice. I’ll be at both concerts.
It’s that time of year again, crunch time for shopping for friends, family, roommates, and that annoying Office Yankee Swap. Have no fear! I have your solution.
December 6th, 2014
I have two shows coming up, my last two shows of the year. The first is 11:00am – 5:00pm at First Church in Jamaica Plain. This show has been going on forever and is beloved among JP residents. Get there early, the good stuff goes fast!
Also, the good people at First Church will be doing a canned food drive as well as a drive for gloves, hats, scarves and new men’s socks for patrons of the food pantry. If you have any of those items, no other clothing items please, bring them with you to help brighten someone’s holiday.
I am really looking forward to my first show with the good folks at First Church in JP. I hope to see you on Saturday.
December 13th, 2014
Then, on Saturday December 13th, I’ll be in a completely different venue and there will be free wine. That’s right, I’ll be at the Brookline Liquor Mart and there will be wine tastings all day as well as a group of local craft vendors selling all sorts of items from 1:00pm – 5:00pm.
I hope to see you at one or both of these great events!