Tag Archives: Miki Yamamoto

The rock star of the organ world!

That’s what Iolani School teacher Lisa Preston posted about Joey Fala’s concert last night. “It was positively glorious! What a treat to hear this; if you’re not a fan of organ music, he’d convert you for sure. I was his … Continue reading

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Four hands, four feet

It’s not as easy as it looks. From day one, you are taught to always sit in the middle of the organ bench so you can develop a sense of where the pedals are without looking. So if I were … Continue reading

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Former students’ luncheon

Yesterday I hosted a luncheon for my former students who are home from college for Christmas vacation and although it was a smaller group from last year, what a joyful and high energy reunion it was! Because I just came … Continue reading

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Flip-flops? No, slippers!

Gales of laughter and trading of “war stories” — this is what I enjoyed most about the luncheon I gave yesterday for four of my former organ students, home for the holidays from college. “All the congregations I’ve played for … Continue reading

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From generation to generation

Last night Carl and I attended the annual dinner meeting of the Hawaii Chapter, American Guild of Organists (AGO). It’s probably the only chapter among 20,000 members worldwide which includes a free dinner at the end of the year. At … Continue reading

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