100 Days of Diversity
Slow to get back on the blog trail here, and a missed opportunity for sure: I recently completed my first #100days project of playing, and if I had been more strategic about it, would have shared my posts here as well! Quite honestly, we've all been doing the best we can during this strange time. I hope you are all doing as well as possible and managing to stay healthy in every way. Hopefully I will have resources posted for you here on this site. Stay tuned! And if you're on Insta, I hope you enjoy this project for a sampling of the tip of the iceberg of fantastic works out there I know I have been sadly ignoring, unaware...
I have always been drawn to "little-known" or undiscovered repertoire, but that concept is troubling for many reasons. Make the effort to bring attention to composers and artists and musics we have not played or brought to light. That's a start. Won't you join me?
Soon, I'll start adding posts and lists, and yes! The table of the works. Complete disclosure: I was totally disorganized when I started the project, so you'll have to ignore my math (101 in reality), typos (trying to fix and thanks, autocorrect, for your really unhelpful morphing of words from other languages and more), no make up, limited rotation of tops (it's a pandemic!). I have more works I want to play - so many more to learn - and I apologize for not including more. I am very open to learning more pieces and hop you will bring works to my attention to make this a community resource!
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