I have some concerts and showcases coming up including some international travel (Canada, after all, IS another country - it’s not just a suburb of the United States).
On Sept 29th, I’ll be playing at a performer showcase in Salem OR.
Oct 3 - 5, I will play at the International Congress on Palliative Care in Montreal. For those who are unaware, palliative care is comfort care for people in distress, usually near the end of life (though there’s much more to it than that). Cello, often typecast as the soundtrack for despair and terror, is a curious choice, but I shall endeavor to be uplifting. Besides, this is for the benefit of caregivers, not patients.
From Oct 9 -11, I’ll be showcasing at the Arts NW Booking Conference in Eugene, OR.
I’m playing in Spartanbug, SC on Oct 17th at an event called Music Sandwiched In sponsored by the Spartanburg Philharmonic.
On the 21st, I’ll be playing at the Concert For Remembrance, a show for people who have lost loved ones (I know, I know… cello. Sheesh.)
Then on the Oct 28th, I am playing a truly joyous event - doing a live soundtrack for Buster Keaton’s silent film, The General in Hillsboro, OR. I estimate I’ve done this film nearly 50 times by now and I never tire of it. The comedy, pathos, storytelling stunts and cinematography are absolutely brilliant.
Lastly, I’m touring in Alaska Nov 1 - 4 with Annalisa Tornfelt in support of our album, Unraveling
Details for all these shows on the Gigs page
. I hope each and every one of you can come to all these shows - or at least to the ones in Alaska.