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I’m restarting our Red House Speak Easy house concert series again with amazing Rinde Eckert. An amazing musician with a voice like no other, I got to perform with Rinde in the early ’90’s on Gina Leishman‘s lovely Burning Dreams opera in San Diego. Don’t miss this cherished musician in our intimate, acoustically wonderful house concert setting.

Stephen Kent and I will be toiling away on a new CD during the months of October and November. To celebrate our toils, we’ve got another Maybeck Studios gig on October 16th, 3pm. Don’t be square!

I have the premiere of my first foray into composing for orchestra coming up. Thanks to Bernie Weiner, three songs I composed, two with lyrics by Weiner, will be performed by the Mill Valley Philharmonic November 4, 5, 6 in Mill Valley and San Rafael. Check their site for times.

Can you believe I’ve never been to New Orleans? I can’t. I remedied this quandary by putting two plane tickets on a credit card for early October in celebration of my husband’s 65th birthday. If you’d like to buy us a meal or a beignet, a concert ticket or a plane ticket, go here to contribute. Much appreciated.

Cheers,

Beth

Hey peeps,

Red House Speak Easy presents Adam Levy with Todd Sickafoose this Saturday and yours truly sitting in on a tune. Come on over for some tasty soup and check out my concert series. We’ll have the fire pit going and homemade soups and libations for you to sip. http://bethcuster.com/gigs

We’ve officially launched my new site, peruse it for downloads, etc. Thanks to Alexander Bailey for all his wonderful design work.

When’s the last time you got out of the city? Consider spending a day in gorgeous St. Helena for our gig at Tres Sabores Winery. Go to a spa in Calistoga then come hear us perform, treat yourself!  We’ll be performing outdoors in front of the vineyards–there’s wine tasting and food available–and it’s a benefit for Oxbow School, a great arts high school of Napa.

I hope I see you very soon,

Cheers,

Beth