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Here’s my favorite song off the new album “Into the Trees” which always makes me think of galloping horses. a herd of galloping horses, to be specific. Note I’m leaving out the bit about the sunset. That might be too … Continue reading
Zoe Keating talks about stage fright, software and, of course, cello in a fantastic interview on Performance Today. How she does what she does, step by step, and a little Beethoven for good measure. Enjoy, Happy Frida!
I couldn’t resist: when I was very small one of my ‘other’ dreams (pre-cello dreaming days) was to be a pony. Yes. I said, be. Not, have or ride or pet. So when I saw this, I couldn’t resist. Add … Continue reading
“I wanted to be lost in this beautiful organism of sound.” – Zoë Keating It’s a funny thing about dreams and aspirations. Listening to Zoë Keating talk about her childhood aspiration of being both a conductor and lost somewhere in … Continue reading
Just in case you missed tickets to the now sold out Triple Door shows on the 28th and 29th, an additional date has been added to the tour schedule – March 30th. Yes, I am tempted to pick up a … Continue reading
March 29th/7pm at the Triple Door in downtown Seattle. Let’s sell this one out, Seattlites, and maybe Zoe will come visit us more often! Buy Zoe Keating Triple Door tickets Performing (one of my faves) at MacWorld 2011
THIS is why I think Zoe Keating is so furking cool…for more about how she does it, go here.