McDonald’s, a movie theater (Charlie Chaplin silent film), a camp ground in Teton National Park……..
At the top of a ski area. Not too exciting but the only way up was by gondola and they wouldn’t stop it for my harp. I’ve played in a couple of plowed fields too but hey, this is Vermont. I said, “No!” to crossing a stream with my harp.
The most unusual but rather rewarding was playing request at a very large cematary. I was surrounded by black swans as I played on my black harp.
Now that sounds really neat!!!
I’ve played in a run-down shopping mall at Christmas time with a red kettle for the Salvation Army. One of the best experiences of my life!
that is so sad but special. it is so wonderful that you could do something so special for people when they are grieving.
I play in three yoga classes each week.
Hannah, that’s intriguing to me, because I’m scheduled to play in a couple of yoga classes this fall.
Rojean, that’s so neat! I’d love to discuss more about it with you. I just sent you an e-mail.
Hole-in-the-Wall Anchorage in Southeast Alaska, on the eve of the commercial salmon season opener. I played for the blessing of the fleet.
In a big old tree. It was on a platform half way up
Now that sounds like fun!
It was my brothers 18th birthday party and we had a Lord of the Rings theme! It wasn’t as bad getting my Troubie up the tree as I thought. We strapped it to my brothers back in a canvas bag
Haha, I can imagine!
Well, at least you could be certain your instrument was ON pitch !