Taos Chamber Music Group offers some music for the soul

Nancy Laupheimer
Posted 3/22/20

Nancy Laupheimer, Director of the Taos Chamber Music Group, offers the community this video as a bit of relief in these times:

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Taos Chamber Music Group offers some music for the soul

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Nancy Laupheimer, Director of the Taos Chamber Music Group, offers the community this video as a bit of relief in these times:

As we sink deeper into this unknown territory of social distancing, those of us who thrive on live chamber music are feeling it deeply. My own practice is less motivated, not knowing when I can collaborate with my masterful colleagues and friends in the Taos Chamber Music Group.

That said, the flute is the place I go to listen, to center, and to melt into the purity of sound. Similar to the change of pace in our lives, I find myself seeking out slow melodies that I can sink into as our realities are so profoundly shifting and being redefined.

Of course, how to continue to connect with you remains at the top of my mind as the remainder of TCMG's 27th season looks less likely to be performed in front of a live audience on the dates planned. I have thought of filming musicians playing together at the Harwood so we can make that available to you, but we are all self isolating, as we should. The well-being of everyone is paramount.

As we adapt to an unknown time frame, I did want to post a TCMG video (click on the image above) that I thought suited the moment. There are more on our History page if you care to listen, and I will look for ways to share our music with you going forward.

Best wishes and good health to all,

Nancy

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