Monthly Archives: March 2015

MASQUERADE BALL

Program notes for 2/15/2015, at Pianoforte Studio, Chicago This program, Masquerade Ball, lives in the moment.  There is transience in each moment, as Jimmie Leblanc’s work suggests, we are perched on “the threshold of the moment.” (…au seuil de l’instant…) … Continue reading

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AIC 3-17

Crossed out Crossed eyes Sideways glance Crooked nose Acidic mouth Terrific breath Deep tissue Breathing deep Spinning emptiness Sleepless crave Crave-less sleep Tinniness Ringing silence Eating silence Regurgitating Acting Floating Acting Acting Acting. Stopping stopping Nothing then nothing Longer than … Continue reading

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Pi Things from a Pianist

The DSM is spectral. Schumann has brought me closer to my own multiple selves, yet I am not bipolar. Most things are on a spectrum, rather than a clearly delineated order of labels.  In fact, I have a sneaking suspicion … Continue reading

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