May 28, 2020
Symphony in Place: Bass Fellow takes over Audition Cafe blog
Symphony in Place is a blog series that chronicles the happenings of NWS Fellows, Alumni, Trustees, Volunteers and Staff during the COVID-19 crisis. Click here to access all posts in the series.
During the pandemic, Bass Fellow Andrea Beyer has been blogging on Audition Cafe's The Weekly Brew. In a series she calls The Stay-Home Brew, Andrea serves up reflections on quarantined line for musicians and frequently features NWS Fellows, alumni and faculty. Here are a few posts we think you'll enjoy -- click the images or titles to read. Click here for the full list. You can even submit ideas or topics you'd like Andrea to cover in the coming weeks by taking this survey!
Reflections on life without auditions
Featuring NWS Fellows Eric Windmeier (bass), Chad Goodman (conductor), Leah Stevens (flute), Yada Lee (violin) and Charlie Rosmarin (percussion)
Reflections on life in lockdown
Featuring NWS alumni Kelly Zimba (Principal Flute, Toronto Symphony) and John Wilson (Pianist and Orchestral Keyboardist, San Francisco Symphony and San Diego Symphony) and frequent visiting faculty member Noa Kageyama (Performance Psychologist, The Bulletproof Musician)
Celebrating Women's Month
Featuring NWS Fellow Lisa Stoneham (bass trombone) and her NWS BLUE Project Shattering the Brass Ceiling
Posted in: Alumni, Fellows, Symphony in Place