We tried something different this year! Amplified electric piano and patio furniture in my back yard let us enjoy some fresh air and garden flowers at this performance. We kept it small and informal. The weather was pleasant and everyone played well!
I’m excited to announce an upcoming Solo Flute Recital this Fall!
When: 2:00pm on Sunday, Oct 27, 2013
Where: Magnolia United Church of Christ, 3555 W. McGraw Street, Seattle
Dusting off some old favorites including Bach and Poulenc Sonatas with piano, Griffes Poem, reprising The Jet Whistle flute-cello duet, and trying some crazy modern techniques in a short piece by Ian Clarke (which may remind you of Ian Anderson…) called Zoom Tube. Also a brand new Lullaby, written in honor the expected bundle of joy, for alto flute, cello and piano.
Kristine Anderson joins me on piano, Chris Worswick on cello.
Admission is a freewill donation, all proceeds going to charity. A reception with desserts, coffee, and tea will follow the program.
If you can’t make this one, catch the same program on Sat. Oct 12 at Trinity in First Hill (see post).
I’ve just brought home a beautiful Yamaha digital piano. It has real hammers but also speakers. It’s not my little (what am I saying, little?–it weighed a ton!) Wurlitzer spinet but it is the perfect city apartment piano. Light, compact, good feel and response, and I can wear headphones and write a song at midnight if I want to.