Month: September 2011

While waiting to begin my practice I strayed…

After returning home again two nights ago post-two-week-trip to visit family and friends, local life and living required extra attention to catch up. Plans to meditate and practice clarinet disappeared, submerged under a torrent of errands and events. And emotions.…

Brett Sheehy bursts classical music’s cultural bubble

“Classical music is a “tyrannical” term, implying music written by dead white men. When I do present an older classical work, I want to present it through a 21st-century lens, not as a costume drama. The only reason that a…