Now, this is the kind of trip I like, a combination of business and pleasure.
First, business. I’m scheduled to present during the Harry T. Burleigh’s Annual Service of Negro Spirituals at St. George’s Church on Friday, March 31, at 7:30 p.m. The address is 4 Rutherford Place, New York City. The program is free and open to the public. More information available by clicking the link above.
Then, I–joined by my mother, one of my sisters, and my “host daughter”–become a tourist. How much of NYC can we see in one day? Let’s find out…
Sunday’s wide open. If there’s a friend in the area who wants to get together for lunch or something, let me know.
BTW, my apologies for not blogging about my recent trips to Irvine, California, for the African American Art Song Alliance conference nor for the Music Library Association conference in Orlando, Florida. There’s plenty I could have said, especially about the AAASA conference. Perhaps at some point I’d backtrack and share some of my thoughts about it.