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NY Theremin Society Covered In The Wall Street Journal

Congratulations to Rob Schwimmer, Dorit Chrysler, Kip Rosser, Cornelius Loy, and Amethyste (and the rest of the NY Theremin Society) for their coverage in The Wall Street Journal!  Those events at Joe's Pub are really paying off in publicity for them and for the theremin!

Read More: The Theremin Comes Into Its Own (WSJ.com)

6 Comments

RSchwim
RSchwim 1/4/2013 3:04 AM
For whatever reason Kip Rosser was not included in the article... There's many reasons such things can happen often due to editors, etc. For the record Kip played his ass off and was loved by both the audience and colleagues.
Amethyste
Amethyste 1/4/2013 3:08 AM
He was pretty awesome! A big Than you to Jason for including all of us in the feature. It is truly appreciated!
coalport
coalport 1/5/2013 1:05 PM
WHAT?! No mention or acknowledgment at all of journalist Jim Fusilli who wrote the article! Jason! How could you be so thoughtless!

OOOOHHHHHH THE HUMANITY!

jist kiddin'
All Souls Night
All Souls Night 1/5/2013 1:51 PM
Glad to see the performer's names on the lead in to the article. They all deserve mention and gave wonderful performances, each a different way to approach the theremin. I saw many in the audience who were enjoying themselves thoroughly with each performer and the house was quite full. Congrats to all for furthering the cause. I really enjoyed Kip as well.

I can't believe the article left you out, PP, since you are in charge of what is artistic truth.

OOOOHHHHHH THE HUMANITY!

jist kiddin'

XOXO
coalport
coalport 1/5/2013 9:21 PM
Wuddid I do?

All I did was suggest that credit be given where credit is due, and I find myself on the receiving end of yet another of Sarah Rice's facetious, and thoroughly obnoxious PERSONAL attacks, totally unrelated to the topic.

I don't get it.

All of it signed with those passive/aggressive hugs & kisses (XOXO).

Da goil hates me!
Amethyste
Amethyste 1/6/2013 5:10 AM
Peter wrote: "Da goil hates me!"

I don't think it is hate. More like sarcasm. Isn't there an expression that goes like "What is good for the goose, is also good for the gander"?

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