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Thu, Aug. 4th, 2005 11:45 am
Schedules and Appointments

I've been really busy these last couple weeks. My July calendar was just smattered with black ink and took quite some work in order to erase it all.

Speaking of the last couple weeks, though, I went to three different concerts that Amanda was part of, thanks to Bel Canto Northwest. The first was the Moravian Duets by Dvořák. The second was a series of excerpts from three different operas, the last one in which she was part of the chorus (L'Elisir d'Amore by Donizetti). The third was a full performance of Ravel's L'Enfant et les Sortilèges in which she played a bat. It's a very weird opera, very abstract, but it's pretty good. It's like the Impressionist version of performance art.

Anyway, I've also been having appointments at Summit every week, spending time working on the new music tech lab on campus, and trying despirately to make get all my expenses covered for this next school year. On top of that, Jeremy's girlfriend was in town and over a lot (which was pretty cool).

Today, I have to take something back to Borders (in about five minutes, actually) and I have to get in touch with Jim to hopefully get a few connection to people that might be willing to help me out as far as school is concerned.

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Current Mood: working working
Current Music: "L'Elisir d'Amore" -Gaetano Donizetti

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