Tagged With: culture

Colour Pages #1: Yellow

March 19, 2016

I’ve been ill and intensely insomnia’d recently – slowed down enough to obligingly revise my to-do lists from twenty things to one – or two if the gods are smiling.  In the in-between times, too tired to sleep or read or write or hold a thought long enough to notice what it is …. I’ve been […]

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#Selfie Post 3: Paralysis

April 3, 2014

Week 2 of Selfie Project:  goin in… I need to come clean and report that I experienced two days of work paralysis after the shock of posting my face online 4.5 days ago.  I actually needed to sleep off the bewilderment of feeling exposed before I could find my focus again & get back to the work.  I […]

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What Symphony does

October 21, 2012

I’m home from playing the first concert of GBS’ 2012-2013 season, appropriately titled ‘A Sense of Place’ by our Maestro Mister Barnum.  Thanks, JB, for sitting me first desk celli, where the intensity & pressure is highest.  Lucky me – & I mean no sarcasm of any kind – it was stressful, exhausting, but there’s […]

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studio re-volution

August 22, 2012

inspired inspired by all the input these past few days – New Zealand, Ukraine & the Balkans (via Toronto), Russia, Romania, Rwanda, Scotland – folks from all these places gathered here to talk, play and sing about change & re-volution.  All of it a huge call to collectively change the way we think.  Well, I’m […]

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green

June 15, 2011

Serviceberry & hawthorn bloom in early May, then cherry, then plum, then by late May, apple (above).  While the bees work to make fruit of these, all other trees make foliage – so by the time apple is finished blooming, the final ash & oak leaves are full out, and we are surrounded by …..  […]

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