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hEARTH Revisited 

A meditative performance for 15 voices, 3 dancers and Sculpture

Sunday, April 30
1 o'clock pm

37977 Bob Hope Drive
Rancho Mirage, CA 92270


Thursday New music.

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This weekend brings an encore performance of hEARTH at Sunnylands. If you are unable to make it, stay tuned for a full audio recording as well as video documentation.

Busy singing = No updating 

My regrets for not posting about the shows I've been doing recently, but I'm mending my ways. On the heels of magnanimous performances with the Los Angeles Master Chorale (Lagrime di San Pietro) I played a memorable and most lovely house concert in Philadelphia and am now gearing up for Christmas shows. Kicking off the season with the Monument Lighting in Baltimore, then to Los Angeles to host a Monday Monday at the Hotel Cafe and resume my role as Christmas Toedtman, musical director of the 6th Annual Very Janky Christmas Spectacular! Check out the shows page.

Follow me on Spotify! 

Friends and supporters always ask how they can help spread the KT word. Sharing with your friends and family by any means possible is always the key and here's yet another way to do just that: Follow me on Spotify. Once I have 250 followers, I can verify my station and it becomes a useful tool for me. 

+ Make a playlist with a song of mine on it
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Radio Spins for Limbo! 

Huzzah. These stations have added Limbo to their weekly rotation! 

KFAI Minneapolis MN
KHSU Arcata CA
KKFI Kansas City MO
KOPN Colombia MS
KPFT Houston TX
KRVM Eugene OR
KVMR Nevada City CA
KVNF Paonia CO
KWMR Point Reyes CA
WEFT Champaign IL
WESU Middletown CT
WGCS Goshen IN
WHAY Whitley City KY
WHFR Dearborn MI
WMKY Morehead KY
WMMT Whitesburg KY
WMSR Auburn AL
WPKN Bridgeport CT
WTCC Springfield MA
WUWM Milwaukee WI
WWUH West Hartford CT 
CIUT Toronto
CKUA Edmonton and more overseas!

Street Symphony: Music for Our World 

I'm thrilled for the opportunity to give my TIME to such a worthy cause as singing for our brothers and sisters who are without homes. Street Symphony, started by musicians from the LA Phil, brings music and attention to a part of our community many of us easily ignore. The people who attended our concert at the Midnight Mission in downtown Los Angeles made up a beautiful audience. Plus we had a very informative Q & A afterwards.