Today I wanted to take a moment and express gratitude for the musical moments that have been flowing into my life these past few months. I recognize that I am extraordinarily privileged to be a working singer here in the U.S., and I've felt like I've really come into my own as an artist these last few months.
Much of my career is made up of concert and recital work, and this year has been no exception. From NYFOS and the Intimacy of Creativity Festival in Hong Kong, to concerts with the Reno Philharmonic and my Carnegie Hall debut, I've felt music infuse my soul with a true sense of connection. Being on stage with all the other musical players and communicating directly with audiences feels like heaven to me. I've met and collaborated with men and women of great expertise and wisdom, and every connection I make adds to my appreciation of what I do. So, to all my colleagues and friends, thank you. Thank you for adding your music into the world.
And because last weekend was my CARNEGIE HALL DEBUT, here are a couple pictures. What a thrill!!