I have joined up with a wonderful new operation called “Klatch,” which means, literally, “a gathering characterized usually by informal conversation.”
Klatch’s mission statement:
“Klatch is an all-in-one platform for live, highly interactive workshops across every topic. Our Facilitators are building unique communities for curious, life-long learners who are interested in taking up a new hobby, pursuing personal growth, or seeking professional development.”
I will be just such a “Facilitator”, doing live, 90-minute music presentations via zoom. My actual content will typically run roughly 75 minutes, which will leave time for interaction: questions, comments, huzzahs, and the like. (Perhaps someone can create an app allowing cyber tomatoes and cabbages to be hurled in case of dissatisfaction? Just a suggestion.)
Here is a link to the Klatch website and a description of my initial workshop, “Music as a Mirror.” It will be held on Wednesday, May 18, at 6:30 pm Eastern time; 3:30 pm Pacific.
My initial workshops will be one-offs like this one, though over time I/we intend to offer two, three, and four-session workshops: “course-lets” (as distinct from “corsets”), if you will.
Because of the interactive nature of the workshops, enrollment will be, initially, capped, so do sign up sooner than later if you are interested.
Please and double please, think about joining me in the new and exciting enterprise!