Most professional musicians have given music lessons. We want our students to practice more, try harder, play for fun, all those things and more. A frustrating thing for me has been students with bad instruments. You know, the piano that sits in the garage, stringed instruments that have never had the bridge or nut adjusted, the […]
My experiences writing and learning Indian Music.
This is part 2 of Farahad Zama’s guest blog. Wow, I’ve had such a great time in Imagination India. Meeting the Marriage Bureau colleagues. Flying there and back, wondering if my sari is folded correctly, and worrying about How To Behave. Whew, looks like I didn’t make too many mistakes. Namaste. If you didn’t see […]
I’m excited to have the book author of the new opera Tom and I are writing, as a guest blogger. Farahad Zama wrote the novel, The Marriage Bureau for Rich People. I’ve had many conversations with him; what a charming person he is! In this first blog, he has written a two-part story where I get […]