Musical Healing Part 2

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The prospect of seeing and hearing the St. Louis Symphony, the country’s second oldest, would ordinarily be a must for fans of adventurous orchestral music. In these extraordinary times there was an extra electricity in the air in anticipation of their CAMA Santa Barbara appearance this week. The program was varied…

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After the Deluge

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What to do after the horrendous mudslides in Montecito mean nobody can get to your scheduled venue and many of your patrons have been evacuated? Join forces with the Lobero Theatre and hold the concert there as a benefit for the victims of the tragedy. Camerata Pacifica did just that…

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Let’s Talk About It

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The first step toward getting comfortable with death and dying is to talk about them, and ever since Dr. B.J. Miller “lost” part of 3 limbs following a near fatal accident, he has done a lot of thinking and talking about them. He is a palliative care doctor and what…

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Bach, Mozart, Chopin, Debussy, 1 Piano & 1 Musician

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I’ve had the pleasure of making audition videos for numerous musicians over the years, most recently for Zelin Paul Luan, a talented pianist studying at Westmont College with Dr. Egle Januleviciute in the field of performance piano. Here are short excerpts from his submissions which we recorded at Westmont’s Music building.…

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