Are you thinking about your plans for Valentine’s Day? Whatever you have in mind (and especially if you are going to stay home) music is essential, and my album “Reflective Notes” has the right vibes for the occasion.
Anouck, one of my online students, was so kind as to write a little testimonial about how she has found my classes and her experience learning the saxophone through the internet so far. Read to what she had to say.
With the aim to assist the humanitarian effort of helping those who were most impacted by the Jamaica floods of October and November 2020, there will be a fundraising online concert the day after tomorrow, Saturday 30th January at 7:00 PM.
How is 2021 treating you so far? I hope you are doing well! For me, these few weeks have been fast, full of work and learning, and I am pleased with the advance I have gotten with my projects and music.
No level of sophistication reached by online music platforms will ever beat the great feeling of having a physical copy of your favourite album or single, even less when it comes signed specially for you! For this reason, I have a limited number of copies of my album “Reflective Notes” available in my webstore.
The Active Wellbeing Society keeps a full schedule of virtual activities on their Faceboook page, and this Friday 22nd January at 6pm UK, they are going to stream my reggae version of the traditional hymn “How Great Thou Art”.
I am offering sax lessons as an option for you to give this holiday season!
“Femininity is cherished and exploited in the music industry. Producers make their fortunes by selling a version of feminine sexual perfection and we see this through comments such as ‘You sound ok but you just don’t have the right look’ which is mentioned in TV music competitions. The winner goes through a complete make-over with additional air brushing to personify ultimate beauty and achievement. But then, years later, what happens when the menopause hits?”
I bring today a lockdown sax performance! This time, I’m covering “Kingston Town” by Lord Creator.