Recent Posts

Friendship and Mutual Growth through Artistic Collaboration by Marcel T. Wormsley

“Your corn is ripe today; mine will be so tomorrow. ‘Tis profitable for us both, that I should labour with you today, and that you should aid me tomorrow.” -David Hume   Chief among the process of coalition-building in the arts is the phenomenon of artistic collaboration, in which a relationship is formed among artists … Continue reading Friendship and Mutual Growth through Artistic Collaboration by Marcel T. Wormsley

Thank you!

Taken from our e-newsletter: Yesterday was a wonderful day for La Speranza! Seven of you donated a total of $702.70 between our two campaigns. Thank you for your generosity! Here’s where each of our campaigns now stands: Debut at Houston Early Music Festival: $1,070 out of $3,717 raised (28.7%) End Date: Thursday, November 30 at 11:30 … Continue reading Thank you!

What Makes La Speranza Unique, part 4: Leadership

When I was eleven or twelve, I loved listening to Philharmonia Baroque’s recordings of Corelli violin concerti. The warm sound of gut strings intrigued me, and sometimes I even tuned my little viola down to A415 to play along with the recording. However, I never thought I would get to play on a baroque viola … Continue reading What Makes La Speranza Unique, part 4: Leadership

More Posts