For me, January is one of the dullest months of the year music-wise. The great and austere world of the fine arts is in that peculiar span of time just after Christmas/New Year’s and before things start revving up again in February and March to the crescendo that, for me at least, will not end until late July of this year.

The Adult Choir of Palmer Memorial Episcopal Church (where I sing on Sunday mornings) will lead worship on four separate occasions at the National Convention of the American Choral Directors Association, the Houston Chamber Choir may (a definite emphasis on the word may) take a short tour of Mexico to perform J. S. Bach’s Mass in B Minor, and in July, the Houston Bach Society as well as the Houston Chamber Choir will perform at the biennial conference (in Houston, Texas this year) of the Association of Lutheran Church Musicians.

Immediately following the conference, the Palmer church choir will do a choral residency at Wells Cathedral in England.

A busy spring and summer, but it will be a great time! More details to come…


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