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(in order of most RECENT writings)

Springing to Life

Spring has finally sprung here in Michigan, and not a moment too soon! It amazes me how a change in season affects my state-of-being. Right now, it is like coming out of a long slumber, the winter time hibernating effect, as I refer to it. Not slumber in terms of obligations, duties and busy-ness, but […]

Life as a Performing Artist (in a nutshell)

As a performing musician, it is an interesting time in society in which I find myself. On the one hand, I literally practice, much like a monk, aligning and searching my soul toward greater freedom from the shortcomings of Self, specifically those which hinder my flute playing on any level. It is a search for […]

Flute for Thought: the New York Flute Fair

March, 2006 My most recent travel was to New York City to perform for the prestigious New York Flute Club at their annual Flute Fair.  The Flute Fair was held at the LaGuardia High School of Performing Arts, just behind Lincoln Center.  My masterclass was at 10am, and I thoroughly enjoy giving these, as I […]

In Spain with Milladoiro

Nearly ten years ago while on tour with the Paul Winter Consort we met and collaborated with an amazing group of musicians from Galicia, Spain who played celtic music indigenous to this region. The group’s name is Milladoiro, and I instantly fell in love with their music. For several years after that, I had begun […]

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