I really want to sing live, again. Yes this is me admitting to all of you that I sang live once to an audience of 750 co-workers. It was thrilling and nerve-wracking, and almost as scary as my first time performing burlesque (we’ll save that for another day). Every once in awhile my desire toContinue reading
People who know me will tell you stories of high energy, streamed together activities: art shows, dancing, walking tours, pub crawls, and road trips. In recent months I’ve played it low key; this weekend? Not so much. Friday night Claudia and I went to the New York City Center to see Diana Ross perform. SmoothContinue reading “Weekend Warrior: NYC”
Live music tourism in the UK alone is worth $4.6 billion dollars. When you factor in the US and other countries with musical interests, that number evolves into a $2.1 trillion-dollar revenue opportunity. An under maximized opportunity at that, given the opinion of the guest speakers, interviewed at NYTF’s Exploring Music Tourism panel. Moderated by MitaContinue reading “Trends in Exploring Music Tourism”
Singing on the train, is like sharing good karma freely with the world. Though I am quite sure nearly certain that belting during morning rush would be as welcome as a sick, colicky child. I’ll sing to the night.