Some of what I'm doing in 2020:
Alex Coke (flutes, saxophone) and I are offering a musical calendar to mark the days of Advent. Every day from December 1-24 we'll send an mp3 of us playing a song we like - jazz, classical, Christmas, whatever strikes our fancy. Go to the Advent Calendar 2020 tab on my page for more information.
Three Austin arts groups are living on through socially-distanced chamber concerts, presented online for ticketed audiences. Be wonderful and support them!
Austin Symphony's November concert, Rule of Three, features the beautiful Mahler 4th Symphony, a Gabrieli piece and Anton Nel playing a Beethoven piano concerto.
Austin Baroque Orchestra presents Lamentacion y Esperanza, a collection of Spanish, Portuguese, Mexican, and Peruvian choral works with texts relating to loss and hope.
Texas Early Music Project presents An Early Christmas. Also serving up weekly delights from previous concerts on delights on TEMP Taco Tuesdays.
Since April Alex Coke and I have been playing mini-concerts in our driveway for the neighbors every Monday night around sunset. You can access the archive or tune in for the latest livestream from facebook.com/mood.indigo.37/videos, or visit the archives on YouTube at YouTube.com/user/alexcoke.
Here’s musicians of the San Antonio Symphony playing the finale of the Mahler 2nd Symphony from our living rooms:
Over the summer, Austin Symphony produced a series of children’s stories, each featuring a musician from the orchestra. This is mine, Cinderella:
St Martin’s Lutheran Church - Howard Goodall: Eternal Light: A Requiem