Stay Home – Let’s stay connected

Another FYI item that arrived at the weekend…
——– Forwarded Message ——– Subject: Stay Home – Let’s stay connected Date: Sat, 21 Mar 2020 18:40:22 +0000 From: Adam <> Reply-To: To:

Stay Home – Let’s stay connected Every day a concert for 30 minute until the quarantine is over.
Stay Home – Let’s stay connected
Dear Friends, Hello from Buenos Aires (Argentina), where we’re in lock down as probably many of you!
This is an extraordinary time with so many of us isolated at home and waiting. We are spending so much energy being prepared, being careful, keeping distance…of course, it’s our responsibility. At the same time, _we need to connect_, to keep moving forward, to do things for each other and to encourage each other.
We musicians are used to connecting with people face to face every week: at concerts, in rehearsals, in lessons. We’ve had to think quickly and reinvent those connections so we can keep our own momentum going, *and hopefully give our fans a dose of energy and perhaps a moment to relax, dream, heal, learn, or laugh. *
So here are the ways I’m going to be reaching out to you starting now:
DAILY LIVE SESSIONSuntil quarantine is over. ** 4pm Eastern US 5pm Argentina 9pm Western Europe
Every day I’ll be doing a live session from a different social media platform (Facebook, Instagram, and YouTube).  I’ll be playing some of my new solo guitar repertoire, playing video duets with fellow musicians (for real!), answering your questions and taking requests of tangos that you can sing at home.
*See you today at 4pm Eastern!*
_Virtual Tip Jar:_ tip jar…if you’d like to support the live sessions you can send at tip via Paypal: <>
*Online Lessons:*
I’ve been teaching online for years and I’ve developed a method that works really well. If you’re a guitarist curious about tango, or interested in improving your performances of Astor Piazzolla’s music, send me a message for details.
*Group initiatives: *
I’m not the only one who’s coming up with ways to keep the music going. My friend Luís Caruana, a bandoneonist and composer, created #lamelodiainfinita: he proposed six notes which musicians are using to create new music, which will ultimately be combined into a video to spread positive energy.  My friend Sebastián Henríquez, a guitarist and tech whiz, found a way that musicians can have long-distance jam sessions with virtually no latency (meaning for the first time you can actually play simultaneously with someone over the internet).  If you have an idea for a group initiative let me know!
I’m looking forward to hearing from you, and seeing you in a few hours.*Let’s keep the music going!* Adam
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