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Reflections from South Africa, part 2: the melody of rhythm

May 27, 2011


(To read part 1 of my Reflections from South Africa, click here.) I shot this video of a high school choir during the second concert of our Colorado Children’s Chorale South Africa Tour in the township of Kwa Thema, Gauteng (Zulu for “gold”) Province. And each night after I did my room checks and put […]

It is what it is

May 20, 2011


I submit for your consideration: Kegasus. Yes, that was an advertisement for the Preakness, the second leg of thoroughbred racing’s prestigious and historic Triple Crown races. And in an effort to encourage the 21-40 year old demographic to buy a ticket and come to the infield on the day of the race, this is what […]

Reflections from South Africa, Part 1

May 13, 2011


On Sunday night, I got back to Denver after a one and a half week performance tour of South Africa with the Colorado Children’s Chorale National Tour Choir. In case you don’t know, I’m an assistant conductor for the Chorale, which means that going to South Africa actually involved working, but intertwined with the work were […]