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Boston . . . who knew?

The last sentence of former student Joey Fala‘s letter which was read on Sunday at my 35-year celebration was this: I’m looking forward to seeing you in Boston this summer! Who would have guessed that just a day later, people around the world … Continue reading

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Reaching into the distant past

My husband, Carl, just came back from a ten-day business trip to Philadelphia and Boston but took the opportunity to meet up with some long-lost friends — some of whom he had not seen in DECADES and all who had … Continue reading

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To blog or not to blog

Yesterday Carl said to me, “Are you going to stop blogging now that I’m retired? Things won’t be so insane anymore!” Hmmm  . . .  I revisited the very first post I wrote, which was last year, June 22nd, 2010 … Continue reading

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Haydn, Lord Nelson Mass

When I told Carl I was going to start writing about the Lord Nelson Mass, he protested. “But it’s too early!” That’s the major work he is planning for his final service at LCH for the Ordinary. Hey, Carl, if … Continue reading

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Trinity at Church of the Advent

Today is Trinity Sunday and we attended the High Mass at the Church of the Advent in Boston, where Edith Ho was the organist and choirmaster for 30 years. The church has a reputation for its stellar music program and … Continue reading

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The Boston Early Music Festival

Yesterday we boarded the plane right after church and flew to Los Angeles, stopping only to change planes to Boston. We arrived this morning at 7 am and took an airport shuttle to our friend, Edith Ho’s house, where we … Continue reading

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The end is in sight

I don’t know about you, but I’m ready for summer! Today we celebrated Ascension Day (transferred) and then next week is Pentecost, our last choral Sunday of the season. And then the choir is off for the next six weeks. … Continue reading

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The Guest Book

One of the traditions we have in the Crosier household is that we always have guests sign our guest book. We actually started the book at our wedding 34 years ago and we’re now on volume 5! When someone comes … Continue reading

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A break from Bach

“You guys need a break from Bach!” our friends Michael Kleinschmidt and Marc Aubertin said to us last night while having dinner at our condo. Carl thinks he first met Michael while he was the assistant organist to Gerre Hancock … Continue reading

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Edith Ho, Musical Mentor

When I reflect on the years that Carl Crosier has been at LCH, I certainly have to mention Edith Ho, now retired from the Church of the Advent in Boston. We first heard the name Edith Ho when a friend … Continue reading

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