Creative Business in the Digital EraSeminar by Open Rights Group (Written offline: 2008-03-17-19:30) I went to this seminar today. On the whole, I really enjoyed it. I think for me the most useful part was the section on community-building, and … Continue reading
I think today perhaps I am not the early bird, but the worm. I made good progress on my arranging assignment yesterday, but not as much as I would have liked, so I’m still working on it. I got up … Continue reading
Today I woke up, inexplicably, at 5am. Ugh. I got up, washed henna out of my hair, pottered around a bit and got in to practise at my usual time. Practising went much better this morning than yesterday. I’ve had … Continue reading
Life has been busy. Sorting out housing has moved along several steps but it still isn’t finished. Highlights include the old agent being verbally abusive and threatening, a small electrical fire in the bathroom (nobody hurt thank goodness), and a … Continue reading
Looooong time no post! I’ve been plodding along despite having a bad cold. I’ve been in 2 brass band concerts, a wind dectet concert, and, um, that’s it, but lots of rehearsals for the Mbawula Sing! Africa concerts this Thursday … Continue reading
I’m considering auditioning for the UBS Verbier Orchestra in February. It’s one of the few ‘youth’ orchestras that I’m still young enough to participate in, with an upper age limit of 29. I’m actually quite unlikely to succeed at such … Continue reading
I’m a student at Trinity College of Music, London, and I’m planning to use this blog for documentation of various musical and academic projects I’m involved with. If you look hard enough you can probably figure out who I am, … Continue reading
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