Out With the Old, In With the New
There were lots and lots of gigs and performances over the past month and its nice to sit now and reflect on it all. It all came to an end with a New Years Eve gig at Annies restaurant in the Gallaria area. January, in contrast, is typically a slow month for performances. Which is great because there are other things that need to be done. Stuff like getting more of these books published.
The book publishing had to be put on “slow go” because of all the performances and students. We did manage to get some work done on one of the duet books, which will be available soon. And we are looking at getting back on the by-weekly schedule now that the gigs have slowed.
A Few Photos from December
Here are a few photos from earlier in December.
In December I did two orchestra gigs. I do not normally pursue orchestra gigs, but I will do them as long as it is not a long term commitment. So usually I will only sub for the group when the regular can not make it. This was my second time playing for The Woodlands Symphony Orchestra. I was called in at the last minute to help fill out the section.
The previous orchestra gig was with Houstons Latin Philharmonic Orchestra. It was my third time working with that group over the past three years.
New Years Eve Gig at Annies
For New Years Eve I worked with the Richard Brown band at Annies restaurant in the Galleria area. The gig at Annies was fun and the patrons really enjoyed it.