Monthly Archives: June 2016

Les Miserables at The Imperial, 2016

From the projected opening curtain, inspired by the paintings of Victor Hugo, author of the namesake novel that inspired Les Miserables, to its final ensemble act, the Imperial Theatre’s current revival of the fifth longest running show on Broadway presents an emotional musical masterpiece.  I don’t get to many Big Broadway Shows; I have wanted […]

Penn Station Allegro

I’m just a few blocks from Penn Station right now, so this story on the New York Times this morning caught my eye.  The article talks about the music Amtrak pipes in, served up by Mood Music, the company that bought out Muzak back in 2011.  Headquartered in Austin, Amy Frishkey is one of three […]

New York in June

I’m in New York City for the third time in under nine months, a rare treat for me, who tends to get here about once a year.  While we have some musical plans for tomorrow, so far the trip has provided only the backdrop music of this great city – our boutique hotel pipes soft […]