December 2005

December 28, 2005 09:09

...and I completely forgot to write about the uplifting sessions with my quartet friends from ACMP where we played

Though it's lots of work and not all play, I wouldn't miss this experience for the world.

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December 28, 2005 09:04

2005 is rapidly coming to an end. What a year! So much has happened and time seems to fly by ever faster.

My "day job" (if only it wouldn't consume so many late evenings and very early mornings) has kept me more busy than ever and took a heavy toll on leisure time activities.

On the positive side, I get to travel to other countries and met lots of interesting people.

As far as music is concerned, I've reached several milestones this year, like

Next year, in order to have more time for my wife and not such a hectic schedule, I'll quit one of the chamber orchestras.

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