An invitation to explore self-expressive "free" improvisation, in which, as we say in Music for People, "there are no wrong notes." (I blogged about the comedy of errors I experiened making these videos here.)
On August 30, 2006, pianist Stephanie Gurga and I did a faculty recital at DePauw University called "The Romantic Cello." As an experiment in bringing in and engaging a wider audience, we wore jeans and exempted everyone from the usual rules of concert etiquette. You can read more on my website and in a story on the DePauw Website, including a video clip. What did the audience think? Read the comments to my morning-after post.
And here are all the posts I wrote on the concert, in order of appearance: