Monthly Archives: July 2014

A Benediction

Friday, July 18, 2014 Hello again, dear friends. I know you thought you wouldn’t be hearing from me for a while, but I’m back! I thought it would be fitting to give you an update from home now that the … Continue reading

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Oxford Video: Walk to Work and Annelies Rehearsal

A student’s view of Oxford and rehearsing Annelies with composer James Whitbourn.  

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Greater Love

Wednesday, July 16, 2014 Well dear friends, here we are at the end of our journey. Thank you for sticking with me through all of this. It’s been a great comfort and privilege to be able to share my thoughts … Continue reading

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Dear Diary

Tuesday, July 15, 2014 As our time in this wonderful place dwindles slowly away, it dawned on me that this blog has truly been an incredible gift for me. I was extremely honored when I was asked to take on … Continue reading

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Ich Danke Dir

Monday, July 14, 2014 Today marked our first official rehearsal of Annelies here in Oxford with the master himself—James Whitbourn. We started the day off with a lecture from the principal of St. Stephen’s House about the evolution of church … Continue reading

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The Day Off

Sunday, July 13, 2014 Today was our highly anticipated day off, here in Oxford. The prospect of sleeping in has been calling to us all week, and I dare say that we all had sweeter dreams last night thinking of … Continue reading

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Oxford Video: Day 5

Oxford from the student’s perspective — and also a conductor’s as Jonathan Palmer Lakeland wears a GoPro camera and shares an afternoon sectional rehearsal.

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