Here’s just a wee postlet – I had great fun doing an interview with North by Northwest’s Sheryl MacKay a little while back.
We hung out and talked about my CD, Cobalt, and about wild bluebirds, wild blueberries, speckled eggs, what’s in a name, the compositional process, and various onomatopoetic sounds.
Speaking of onomatopoetic, my demonstration of what low bass strings sound like surprised me upon re-listening. Oy, what a sound. I’ll just call it “educational.” To me, not to the world at large.
Said interview may be found and linked/listened to below:
More excerpts of the CD:
If you’ve read this far, well, your attention span is longer than mine. (And you’ve found the easter egg, if I may call it that…my next post is going to be about this January’s mysterious and thrilling VSO New Music Festival, so watch for that coming up soon…)