Kleio Music is having it's first concert in NYC! The New York debut, Fringes, focuses on American Music. The program ranges from sacred music descended from the very first American hymns to boundary-breaking female composers, genre-bending innovators from the 20th and 21st centuries, and composers who explored the outer edges of musical thought. Fringes features three vibrant, virtuosic musicians: … Continue reading Kleio Music: Fringes
This month is a planning month. I'm trying to get a couple different projects moving forward that will happen this winter and next spring, and because of that, I don't have a lot going on for this month. This month is mostly just random gigs, not a whole lot of interesting new music or flute … Continue reading September Updates
Asking for help is hard. Like really hard. Hard on the scale of making adorable cookies in fun cookie cutter shapes. Either they help you or don't. You get delicious adorable cookies, or you get delicious hideous cookies. How are either of those things bad outcomes? But working up the nerve to email or call … Continue reading Career Advice
Working day for a musician
I've been thinking recently about work. What kind of work do I want to be doing? This is a multi-level question. Right now, I work 25ish hours a week at a day job which is entirely unrelated to the arts or music at all. I think it's time to find a better gig, and I … Continue reading Working day for a musician
My heat wave practice area….
It's so hard to be productive when you can't leave the airstream of the fan. But we manage, because we must.