Perhaps instead of change startling us, we can approach the change with an opportunity for growth and awareness? It can be a challenging time for some for sure, but for me, I love the “change” as it’s always a reminder that everything is how it should be. And that’s comforting for me. This year I am particularly excited for autumn as I get to look forward to a trip to my native country, Norway. I will be given plenty of opportunity to sing while I am “home”, including lots of choral music (as part of a big anniversary/festival with The Norwegian Youth Choir), some solo singing / coaching with several norwegian vocal pedagogues, as well as a possible guest appearance for a church service in my hometown. I hope your autumn will be rewarding, filled with lots of room for growth. For you as a singer, as a musician and as a person in general.
A special shout out to Jill Kilzer and Liz Wolff for the opportunity to lead yoga and share one of my greatest passions with you all. Let’s hope this retreat keeps going and growing! Nice work ladies!
A late shout-out to my brilliant students Paige, Chris, Marin, Sam, Kathy and Riley. And oh by the way that’s Doug on piano, guitar, and accordion 🙂
We put together a cabaret of Jason Robert Brown songs at the end of June at JoJo’s Rise and Wine in Burnsville and had more fun with it than is probably legal … and we all grew as musicians and collaborators.
I am getting ready to lead a small group of pianists in some yoga at Music @ 10.000 Lakes on August 14-15 at Saint John’s University in Collegeville.
Welcome to my new website!