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For me, it wasn’t Easter until I was able to play the Easter hymn, “Jesus Christ is risen today,” which didn’t happen until Easter Tuesday when I played the Easter Eucharist for the St. Andrew’s Schools. I sang the hymn … Continue reading
Yes, after four days away from Hawaii, I’m definitely back to work—practicing my Bach concert, of course, but I now have some added responsibilities. For the last two Tuesdays, I have been playing chapel services for the St. Andrew’s Schools. … Continue reading
I know it’s been awhile since I have written a post on this blog, and it is because I’m up to my eyeballs getting ready for my trip to Connecticut next week. I am going to hear Joey Fala play the first … Continue reading
Today I was the guest organist at Kilohana Methodist Church, and when I walked in, I felt like I was walking into a lion’s den. You see, it has been just about forty years that I’ve played a service in … Continue reading
The other day when I was asked about what music I play for funerals, my first reaction was to say that no “one size fits all.” That is to say, that I try to fit the music to the person … Continue reading
Last Saturday, while we were sitting at breakfast, I got a phone call. “Kathy, I know this is last-minute, but can you play for me tomorrow?” It was Grant Mack, organist of St. Theresa’s Co-Cathedral. You may remember that it … Continue reading