December in Review
The month of December really flew by! The first two weeks, I kept busy with multiple rehearsals and performances almost every day. I had a wonderful time being a part of 7 beautiful Christmas performances with 4 organizations across Georgia and Tennessee.
In two performances with the Georgia Philharmonic, I had the joy of performing an arrangement of “Some Children See Him,” arranged for tenor, harp, and oboe. The Roswell United Methodist Church posted this video to their Facebook page of our performance on December 7th.
Here are a few other pictures from December 2018 performances!
I’m extremely excited to announce that I’ve been appointed as faculty in the University of North Georgia Music Department. Starting next week when classes commence for the Spring semester, I’ll be teaching UNG harp students and majors. UNG is a wonderful school on a beautiful campus, and I’ve enjoyed already getting to know a few of my colleagues in the Music Department. I’m looking forward to being a part of the university and helping to grow their music program through the involvement of a harp program.
Looking Ahead in 2019
In the coming months, my husband and I will be moving from our current location in the Holly Springs/Canton area to Cumming, Georgia. I’m really excited for the move, as it will put us in a location that will be easier for students’ access, as well as make my husband’s drive to work in Alpharetta and my drive up to the UNG campus in Dahlonega much faster and safer. Once we have the finalized information about where we’ll be moving, I’ll be sure to update my information with the new location.
I’ve been asked to return as a guest instructor at the Adult Harp Retreat again this Summer, and will also be returning to the Summer Harp Academy as an assistant instructor. I’m looking forward to being a part of both retreats coming up in June and July, as I had an absolutely wonderful and memorable time at both in 2018!