Something I’m craving right now: real good ramen noodles.
So much so, that I made this little guy.
I cannot tell you how happy I am to be back in a orchestra and playing my cello regularly again! My first concert with the Central Florida Community Symphony Orchestra is coming up on Friday, June 20th. It is open to the public! If there are any musicians out there who have never heard of CFCArts or were on the fence about joining….definitely join!
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Save the date! CALLING LONDON: TWO SIDES OF THE BEST OF BRITISH MUSIC will be performed by our CFCArts Symphony Orchestra on Friday, June 20th. Over 100 musicians will come together to play everything from Jupiter from The Planets (Gustav Holst) and Pomp and Circumstance (Edward Elgar), to The Who, Queen, Led Zeppelin, Elton John, Coldplay and The Beatles. Tickets are on sale now at http://cfcarts.com/events/
Here are some more of me from the photoshoot I had with the lovely Deborah Fuentes, an incredible Orlando Photographer! It was an absolute joy to have her photograph me & eat indulgent breakfast food together at White Wolf Cafe.
P.s. notice the cool as heck Pizza for President sticker that I have on my sweet Roadmaster.
Off of their sophomore album, Able Bodies, Stay Outside and Paintings are stand out tracks to me. I had the good fortune of catching this band live several times when they opened for my favorite band Lydia last year. From Indian Lakes is a real treat if you are a fan of Circa Survive’s Anthony Green’s musical vision, but maybe not so much his voice. From Indian Lakes’ vocalist Joey Vannucchi’s dark lyrics are countered by his melodic style and vocal energy. I decided to give Able Bodies some attention after it having spend 6 lonely months in my glovebox. Since then I have been spinning this album for 2 weeks straight without any plans of replacing it quite yet. Get into it.
I had a little photoshoot with my friend & Orlando photographer, Deborah Fuentes, this morning just before the rain came down!
I am working with her a few other ladies on an up & coming web-based Orlando Magazine called Pumps & Pints, in which I will lend a hand in writing. For the site, we wanted to be portrayed in a way that was most “ourselves”. More news to come on all of that! In the meantime here is a photo from this morning, I edited it a little, but the rest are all in the process of being edited by Deborah and I am excited to see the finished products!
More basic .gif fun 🙂
Just for fun I remade the Tumblr photo post icon while I was laying in bed watching Community. Oh Abed.