We will miss you, and are so thankful to have had the time with you that we did. Rest well.
“You really learn how to sing when you have to teach somebody … It has to do with words, with terminology, with what you can do to make exceedingly clear an area that tends to be exceedingly unclear, full of all sorts of ambiguities and doublespeak … One of the problems a voice teacher faces is to bring absolute clarity to what he or she is saying about what that student must do to better his or her singing, and that’s one of the skills that you develop. You never reach the completion of that process, you’re always learning.” - Mark Pearson
we start to scatter to the winds to be with loved ones, we’d like to
thank you, our NEC family for helping us fill this world with beautiful,
Ummm…amazing! NEC Jazz faculty member Donny McCaslin is one of them!
Happily starting the day with this beautiful performance from a few weeks ago.
Happy, happy birthday to you!
Sleep well beautiful friend.
NEC faculty busy outside of NEC
Missing this man.
Hugh Wolff conducts the New England Conservatory Philharmonia in a
performance of Schubert’s Symphony No. 9 in C Major. Recorded live in
Jordan Hall November 5, 2014.
More Double Bass love in our just published video!
Vanhal: Concerto for Double Bass