Briefly back in Montreal

We got back from Winnipeg last week, right on schedule. I’ve posted more pictures from that trip, as well as a few much older ones that I hadn’t gotten around to uploading for some reason.

Other exciting news is that several concerts are coming up! First of all, I’m doing a series of three solo harpsichord recitals in New Brunswick:

March 9, 7PM, All Saints Church, St. Andrews
March 10, 7PM, Arts Center, St. John
March 11, 3PM, Gallery 78, Fredericton

The programme is varied: it’s titled Six Degrees of Separation: a musical genealogy of the Baroque period. Beginning at the very beginning of the Baroque, with Frescobaldi, it moves through several times and places, relating each piece to the one which precedes it, eventually finishing with Mozart, right at the end of the Baroque (perhaps a bit beyond the end, but that’s ok). Let me know if you’d like any more information about any of these concerts!

After I get back from that, Sari and I will both be playing with La Fiorenza in All’ombra della Croce: Music for the mystery of Lent. That concert is on March 21 at 8PM, at the Church of St. John the Evangelist, here in Montreal.

Back to practicing!


Sari and I are in Winnipeg, visiting her parents. The trip got off to a nice start, with some typical Manitoba weather: -25°C when we landed, and then much colder the next day! We can handle it though. We’re mighty and have socks.

We’ve spent some of the time setting up a computer with a network connection, so that Sari’s parents now have an e-mail address for the first time ever!
sari showing her Mom how to download music