New Christmas Song: O Holy Night (a cappella)
It has become a bit of a tradition each year for me to record a Christmas tune. It’s partly because I love this time of year, and partly as a gift to you for your support of me and my music. This year I decided to try an a cappella version of one of my favorites – O Holy Night. It was fun because the arrangement started with an idea then grew organically in the studio one voice at a time. I hope you enjoy it, and as always, thank you! I hope you have a wonderful holiday season.
Listen to and download O Holy Night
Great News for “Turning Thirty, The Musical”
I wanted to share some exciting news about my musical about my experience with cancer. Earlier this year, I partnered with Anne McSweeney of CEU Concepts to create a unique educational event for health professionals about cancer survivorship. I perform my show, then several of us do a panel to discuss and answer questions about the human experience of cancer. Nurses and social workers receive CE credits for participating. The event was a huge success, and what’s more, our event has been accepted to be featured in San Diego in March at the World Congress On Continuing Education Development! The Congress is the preeminent international meeting of practitioners and researchers concerned with improving the continuing education and professional development of health professionals. Hundreds of people from around the country and the globe come to find new ways to develop their healthcare staff. We’re both very excited to see where this could lead!
See the flyer for the Turning Thirty event
Finally, I continue to perform, and have been busy writing and recording. I have two projects in the works, and plan to release some new material in the new year. I’ll keep you posted on it’s progress.
Thanks, as always, for supporting me and my music. Have a wonderful holiday and new year!