I have three new students starting this week, which I'm very pleased about. I have a new piece coming for Shades of Silver and String, as well as one for Sounds of a Sphere. And, of course, I am constantly toying with other ideas and projects--even I'm not entirely sure what will come to fruition over the next few weeks.
Overall I'm pleased with the way this Project has gone since I began in August. For my father's birthday I prepared a CD with many of my pieces and recordings and was pleasantly surprised to see how much music I had written and recorded.
On another note, I discovered yesterday at the Silveridge rehearsal that the Pops Orchestra has a website. Aside from some general info, there is a nice calendar showing our performances with links to maps. The flute section of the orchestra will be performing my arrangement of Haydn's String Quartet Op. 76 No. 5 II on Feb. 9th and I'll be playing alto flute (which I enjoy a lot!). I'm also very fond of that piece, so I'm looking forward to that performance in particular.