Oh Yes, Links

While musing on acorns, below, I keep forgetting to link to the very kind article by Mark Stryker in the Detroit Free Press all about me and my so-called spontaneity and slightly embarrassing apartment. Haha. And to thank Alex Ross for linking to same. It amazes me, actually, how my apartment has become a protagonist in my own life, or perhaps a crucial antagonist? And just yesterday, fatefully, a friend left a voicemail about a possible beautiful apartment in Brooklyn with a lovely garden and modern accoutrements, etc. etc. The plot thickens.

Other things:  I find myself enjoying Nico Muhly’s blog/webpagethingy, which almost allows me to forgive him for the unbelievably awful weather I had to endure to go to his Zankel Hall concert.  And kudos to Soho the Dog, who does brilliant cartooning, but also came up with my sentimental favorite music LOL, “Invisible Waldstein.”  Something about the look on Artur’s face.

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  1. Posted June 22, 2007 at 10:23 am | Permalink

    Had no idea that you are also a chemist! Very cool. What was your favorite chemistry subject? Lemme guess – inorganic chemistry..

  2. Gigi
    Posted June 24, 2007 at 12:19 pm | Permalink

    “Eventually, you want the score to evaporate and be non-existent,” says Denk. “The score is just a vision of something that you’re going to create in sound.”
    -Wow! I’ll keep that in mind:)

  3. Robert E.Harris
    Posted June 25, 2007 at 10:12 am | Permalink

    I used to tell my students that an undergraduate chemistry major was a great and flexible start in life. I had no idea that it was a road to pianistic stardom. I’d guess you were also good at mathematics and the world lost another physical chemist. (I could never get the reactions to work when I was doing organic synthesis, and I could never learn to sight read; my course was set by inabilities.)

    I very much look forward to hearing and seeing you when you play in Kansas City next season.


  4. Matt
    Posted June 25, 2007 at 3:26 pm | Permalink

    “Medium height and build with cherubic cheeks” — Mark does NOT do you justice. But it’s nice of him to include a personal ad with this article….

    Enjoy Detroit!

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