OK, here’s the photo. My glasses reflect the two computer monitors—on the left, holding pre-recorded spots and such, and on the right, holding all the documents to be read live, weather reports, and other items. The two pieces of paper on the desk are the half-hour live station I.D., and a live promo for Opera Saturday. Another paper is taped to the left monitor, the special “Yannick Week” promo. The monitors hide from view the program log and spot log printouts, and half of the broadcast console. The big box to my left holds three CD players we have in constant rotation, and a weather readout for monitors at the building (if we ever give you the barometric pressure, we get it from there). Jack Moore is just behind me, sending professional vibes my way, all of which are needed. Yannick is being brilliant.
1 Mar. The Consolation of Apollo. Verdigris Ensemble, Brown Middle School, Forney, TX
2 Mar. Fanfare on Ein feste Burg. WWFM Piffaro concert broadcast
2 Mar. The Consolation of Apollo. Verdigris Ensemble, St. Andrew United Methodist Church, Plano, TX
4 Mar. Come, Ye Sinners. St. John’s Anglican, Southampton, Pa.
4 Mar. Ein Prosit der Gemütlichkeit. Franklinville-Schwarzwald Männerchor. United Singers of Philadelphia Evening of Song, Canstatter Volksfest-Verein, Philadelphia
4 Mar. The Consolation of Apollo. Royal Lane Baptist Church, Dallas
14 Apr. The Consolation of Apollo. Verdigris Ensemble, University of Texas at Arlington Planetarium
27 Apr. The Consolation of Apollo. Verdigris Ensemble, Perot Museum of Nature and Science, Space Exhibit, Dallas
5 May. Where Flames a Word. Denver Pro Chorale
30 May. The Consolation of Apollo. The 24, University of York, Robert Hollingworth, cond. UK premiere
3 Jun. Susquehanna. Susquehanna Symphony Orchestra
24 Jun. Adieu, Adieu. Relâche. Penn Museum, Widener Auditorium, 2:00
30 Jun. The Arc in the Sky. The Crossing