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A New Year is upon us. I’m not much for resolutions but I do often use this time of year to be forward thinking about what I want to happen in the upcoming new year. And this Holiday Season is no different. Sometimes it’s easy be to pessimistic about the future. But because of my current state, I can’t help but focus on the positive possibilities. So without further delay and in no particular order, here are my hopes for 2018…
I hope that my big string quartet project, The Thailand HRDs, get’s it’s premiere performance and recording.
I hope that my wife Lisa completes her big project of creating a video for each of the compositions that were released on my 4 new albums last fall. (She’s done 15 so far…13 to go!)
I hope that the musical I’m working on, SKI Club, get’s funding to launch a workshop. This step is so important before the show can be shopped for future productions.
I hope 2018 will be the first year ever that the world consumes less fossil fuels.
I hope June of 2018 brings a Stanley Cup parade to the City of Toronto.
I hope more women get the strength to out their abusers and harassers.
I hope we have less war.
I hope we have more love and respect.
May all of your hopes and dreams come true in 2018…Happy New Year!
UPDATE NOV 16, 2018
The Thailand HRDs has culminated in the release of the album, For Those Who Died Trying, performed by the Mivos Quartet.