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So honored to be a part of a powerful collaboration with the amazing Marina Albero, Adriana Giordana, and Chava Mirel. Thank you, Abe Beeson and KNKX for this great article. https://www.knkx.org/post/northwest-musicians-creatively-cope-coronavirus-outbreak Successful musicians often need to be creative hustlers to make a living as artists. With the COVID-19 outbreak leading to increasing concert cancellations, those hustling skills are being put to a serious test. One musician, pianist Marina Albero, is experimenting with a new way for musicians to connect with their audience — virtually. 

Albero will host a live streaming concert on Facebook at 7 p.m. this Sunday, March 15, in what she's calling The Quarantine Sessions. This effort was born of distress, Albero says. She had a performance in Seattle canceled last week due to the outbreak. Then, "I had a concert at a medical conference in Barcelona for 2,000 people canceled, that's when the survival instinct started working."

Quarantine Sessions: Dialogues, An online concert with conversations: Jacqueline Tabor, Marina Albero, and Amelia Love Clearheart, Serena Albero and Adriana Giordano:

https://youtu.be/q6HAOPHl8ag

The Quarantine Sessions is proud to present the second womxn led mini-series to enjoy from your living room. On this occasion, music and words are going to be part of a virtual gathering where you are invited to participate in the conversation. Each woman brings her own reflections in the form of songs, poems, or thoughts about their concerns, ideas, and inspirations on how to thrive through life. In this strange situation of social distancing, gathering and exchanging feelings and experiences is even more needed than usual. Here, a virtual space for human interaction is created and music will weave the thread and connect us to each other a little closer. 

I am finally announcing that I am taking just a few students for performance coaching and have been asked so much in the past few weeks that I am trying to make this work to benefit everyone!

 Review/JazzdaGama review by Raul de Gama      

If you are surprised by this impressive recording by Jacqueline Tabor you would not be alone. Miss Tabor has been away from the performance, focused on raising a family for a considerable length of time. Then she returned to the scene with a series of accomplished albums and this path returned her to music once again. But with The Lady in the Gown, she appears to have raised the bar on her performances somewhat higher than before, to write a new musical chapter in her life once again.

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