Saturday, January 12, 2008

Back to Work, and to Blogging

Well, I realize it's been awhile, but it's time to get back to blogging. School is back in session, and I can't help but feel, "man, I'm getting to old for this!". But hey, I guess you're never to old to learn something new. And, I get to teach all of my students again, which is always a good thing!

The most exciting upcoming event is definitely the recording of Sabbath Songs in a couple of weeks at Clive Romney's studio. Stay tuned for clips! It turns out that just about every one of the arrangements on the album will be by Dan Carter, an extremely talented arranger and composer. It's a whole lot of fun, and a couple of my friends from BYU will be performing with me: Deanna Lunt (soprano), John Allen Kovalenko (fiddle), and Larry Blackburn (piano).

Also, I get to sing for the final round of BYU's Singer of the Year or Young Artists of Voice competition. Come and hear a couple of the songs that will be on my Sabbath Songs CD! It's on Saturday Jan. 19, at 7:30pm at the Madsen Recital Hall. Should be a lot of fun!

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