New York & Carnegie Hall

First, I have to say that New York was.... positively amazing. The entire experience inspired my life. I want to go back! I want to do it all again! The only thing I would change would probably be to sleep less so I could do more....

My dear sister-of-the-heart Amanda joined me there, and we saw the sights, ate all kinds of amazing food, and enjoyed every memorable moment together. Having her fly all the way from California to join me in NYC was so special. Having her be a part of the whole experience made it that much more of a cherished memory for me. I was honoured to have my lovely filmmaker friend from Brooklyn attend the concert, too. It was great to get the chance to catch up with Heather, and be part of her fun Daily Ukulele YouTube series, too.

Singing at Carnegie Hall was surreal, and definitely something I will never forget. I could feel the music in my feet. The gorgeous sound coming from the combined voices washed out and back again over the full house, and made every cell of my person feel alive. 

I'm not going to go on and on (I could, but I won't). I've shared a ton of photos on Facebook, too, so I'll just leave my favourite one here....
Performance of Bevan's "Nou Goth Sonne Under Wode", conducted by Dr. Richard Sparks. Actor: Timothy J. Anderson  Soloist: Jolaine Kerley  Organist: Composer Allan Bevan.  Photo courtesy of DCINY.

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