And now a few shameless plugs for my current musical interests:
I just got a copy of the new CD my fabulous accompanist, Dr. Daniel Lau, just put out: Transcendent Colors. It is his debut recording featuring some of the piano music of Ludwig van Beethoven, Franz Liszt, Enrique Granados, and Tan Dun. Dr. Lau is an phenomenal pianist (and the best accompanist I've ever had the privilege of working with), and I am thoroughly enjoying listening to the recordings. I highly recommend it -- check it out here.
And if you are in the Baltimore area, the Baltimore Concert Opera is putting on a production of Mozart's Don Giovanni on Wednesday, March 25. Tickets are extremely affordable ($25/$45) and selling fast. Last I heard there were about 50 left. It should be a wonderful show -- the soprano singing the role of Donna Anna covered the title roll in the last opera I was in, Dr. Lau will be accompanying, and my wonderful voice teacher is singing the role of Donna Elvira. I am counting down the days! For more information, or to get tickets, click here.
My iTunes: El amor e la muerte by Daniel Lau