So what good is a blog that only has one post? No good, that’s what. 
 This  is a photo from a recital I gave at the  Windsor Art Center  this month.  I’ve really grown to love this venue. The folks running it are some of  the nicest and coolest presenters I’ve worked with (has pizza ever been more delicious?), and the audience was really laid back and friendly. And I don’t  know if they did something to the room, but my guitar sounded way  better than I remembered it sounding the last time. A pleasant  surprise… 
 The concert was the first time I performed some arrangements I  recently made of piano music by the composer Federico Mompou, whom I  love. It was great to see my efforts pay off and realize that, yes, they  DO work on the guitar. Phew. The administration was also kind enough to record some  fantastic video of the concert for me as well, which I hope to be  putting up over the next few months. Stay tuned. 
 Something that particularly stood out for me was the young gentleman (~18) that came up to me afterwards with sheer  excitement  jubilation about my performance of my composition  Neverland . I wasn’t  particularly elated with the performance of that piece, but I’m glad it  came off so well and that this man left so “inspired” about music, my art,  and the guitar. 
 I must be doing something right…

So what good is a blog that only has one post? No good, that’s what.

This is a photo from a recital I gave at the Windsor Art Center this month. I’ve really grown to love this venue. The folks running it are some of the nicest and coolest presenters I’ve worked with (has pizza ever been more delicious?), and the audience was really laid back and friendly. And I don’t know if they did something to the room, but my guitar sounded way better than I remembered it sounding the last time. A pleasant surprise…

The concert was the first time I performed some arrangements I recently made of piano music by the composer Federico Mompou, whom I love. It was great to see my efforts pay off and realize that, yes, they DO work on the guitar. Phew. The administration was also kind enough to record some fantastic video of the concert for me as well, which I hope to be putting up over the next few months. Stay tuned.

Something that particularly stood out for me was the young gentleman (~18) that came up to me afterwards with sheer excitement jubilation about my performance of my composition Neverland. I wasn’t particularly elated with the performance of that piece, but I’m glad it came off so well and that this man left so “inspired” about music, my art, and the guitar.

I must be doing something right…