Saturday, December 22, 2012

Good things: children singing.

This week, we went to the school where my son is the general music teacher;  it was evening, and the choirs, bands and orchestras were holding their Winter Musical Extravaganza.  The bands and orchestras played holiday music; the Honors Choir and the Rock & Roll History choirs sang songs loosely tied together by the theme of dreams. The choir music was drawn from the popular canon, both current and past--the kids helped to choose it. Lifted up by those young voices, piercing and sweet--the music moved us and sweetened our season. I wish I could play some of it for you. Frankly, I wish I could listen to it over and over again. So beautiful.


  1. It is so very moving to watch your own child help other children find the joy of music. So satisfying.

  2. Oh, Lisa. I loved this! The photos are so sensitive and your words so open that I feel like I am listening to their music myself.

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