Check out the Reed Lizard in this PBS NewsHour spot from earlier this summer! Watch Artists Learn Art of Business to Brave Tough Economic Times on PBS. See more from PBS NewsHour.
The main oboe andbassoon festival of the year swept into Redlands, CA like a cloud of reed dust las month, and I think everyone would agree it was a huge success. Los Angeles, only 1 hour away, has such a thriving double reed community that the entire convention felt like a giant homecoming game. Not [...]
ReedLizard is hitting the road! Visit the booth at the upcoming IDRS convention in Redlands, CA. Don’t miss great photo opportunities, deals, special products, instrument demos, and of course lots of REEDS!
Check out this article about Reed Lizard, complete with behind-the-scenes video about the Lizard workshop!
Obviously the Reed Lizard has just gotten a make-over! Take some time to look around and enjoy! We are still working out a few details, and you may notice other changes in the near future, but we are super excited that it’s up and running.
The Masterclass on January 19th in New York with Stephen Hammer was a huge success! Lindsay McIntosh, Allen Hamrick, Kendra Hawley, and Ellen Hindson played beautifully and Mr. Hammer gave a fascinating speech on rhetoric in performance and rhetorical gestures in music. At the end, everyone got to try out several baroque oboes, oboes d’amore, [...]
While in Boston over the weekend for Grand Harmonie’s Grand Salon concert, I came across this reptilian gem outside of Cambridge Common, a pub on Mass Ave. He was enormous, glowing, and, in my opinion, smiling. I couldn’t resist a short photo session. Thanks for the photos, Liza Malamut! Speaking of Grand Harmonie, here are a couple of photos [...]
What a tiny, tiny baroque oboe world! Standing on the High Line with Tatiana Daubek getting my new headshots, a lovely stranger approached, clearly surprised and fascinated by what she was seeing. No, I wasn’t wearing a costume, nor did I have something in my teeth. She asked if I actually play the baroque oboe! [...]
Practicing the new/old 1855 Triebert systeme 3 oboe which I picked up in Paris a month ago has led to some rather interesting thoughts and feelings. First of all, my right hand hurts again, which I haven’t felt since I sold my Royaloboe about 10 years ago. No, the Triebert isn’t heavy at all (in [...]