Before I start going on about me, I would really like to get some sense of you. If you don’t mind, I’ve posted a few questions here; just click on each, then respond; come back and click the next, etc.
>Where are you from (geographically)?
>What is your primary instrument/performing medium?
>Where are you from musically? (foundational stylistic/genre/media influences)
>How long have you actively been writing original work?
>If you have a career goal in mind (if you don’t, that’s fine!), what is it?
>Is there a piece of art (any medium) that you believe changed you in some way? If so, name it (or a few, if you can’t narrow it down).
A 2′ introduction to me (Perhaps a bit silly–created to break the ice with a frosh class during these distant times–but perhaps it does say something about me. And just wait for the whale song!)
Instructions for Living by Mary Oliver
Tell about it.
A link to some files which I’ll use today; might be easier for you to view on your own monitor, rather than be subject to my page-turning. I hope to get to those numbered 1 (On Balance), 2 (Palladium), 3 (Aural History), and 4 (The Line Between); if more time, will see what time allows.