Zap! …I really can’t believe the month is over and this is the last A-Z challenge post! No more daily Nita in your inbox! I love the letter Z. There are a lot of great things I could have written about that actually start with a z, but I found out just a few minutes… Continue reading Brought to you by the letter Z for Jazz, baby!
C’mon…raise your hands. How many of you think of this little toy when you hear the word xylophone? Actually, the term xylophone also includes instruments such as the marimba, the semantron and the vibes. BUT (for you purists – I’m talkin’ to you, Mr. C…) while vibes are often called xylophones, they aren’t actually a true xylophone.… Continue reading X is for Xylophone!
…performing to a little something by Frank Sinatra at Saqra’s Showcase, November 2009 I’m participating in the Blogging From A-Z challenge. One blog post for each letter of the alphabet, each day of April (except Sunday).
It’s delightful, it’s delicious, it’s delectable, it’s delirious, it’s dilemma, it’s de limit, it’s deluxe, it’s de-lovely! Am I dreaming? Today’s post is brought to you by the letter D! Here are Colin Donnell and Laura Osnes singing “Its De-Lovely” from the 2011 revival of the Cole Porter musical, “Anything Goes,” which made its Broadway… Continue reading a De-lovely Dream!
I’m participating in the Blogging From A-Z challenge. One blog post for each letter of the alphabet, each day of April (except Sunday). C is for the Casino Opera Choreography! The inspiration for this particular choreography was Badia Masabni, the founder of modern Egyptian dance as we know it today, and her famous nightclub, called… Continue reading C is for the Casino Opera Choreography
Here is something about me that I bet you didn’t know: I love choral music. LOVE it. Did you know about Kathaumixw? Kathaumixw is an International Choral Festival in Powell River, British Columbia. Choirs come from all over the world to participate! And here is something wonderful: every second year, the First United Church in… Continue reading Moved to tears by the Ural University Choir