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Tag Archives: Gloria Faltstrom
You have heard that expression, “Kissing the Blarney Stone?” Well, the Hawaii Masterworks Chorus is here in Blarney, Ireland, and we indeed visited Blarney Castle, originally built in 1210, but the current structure dates from 1446. It is the home … Continue reading
The last three days, I’ve participated or attended four different events and the common thread in all of them is the organ — (naturally!) On Saturday afternoon, there was the Children’s Benefit Concert at LCH, and I’m happy to report … Continue reading
Yesterday on Facebook, I posted pictures of my Valentine’s Day dinner for the Merry Widows: Margaret Lloyd, Gloria Faltstrom, and Betsy McCreary. Missing from our “group” was Nyle Hallman, who could not make it this time. If you are not … Continue reading
Last night, I was with “my peeps” — the members of the Hawaii Chapter American Guild of Organists. Our Dean, John Renke, hosted a New Year’s reception at the Pacific Club, and during the evening, a photo was taken … Continue reading