juldea: (sleepy catball)
The weather isn't letting up, and lots of you can't make it. The concert is canceled, to be rescheduled for a later date.

Sadface.
juldea: (sleepy catball)
The weather isn't letting up, and lots of you can't make it. The concert is canceled, to be rescheduled for a later date.

Sadface.
juldea: (hold me!)
For those of you planning on coming to the concert today, we are indeed aware of the weather and its possible affect on travelling. Our plan is to decide sometime in the 12:30-1:00 timeframe, based on the weather then, if we're still going to go on. At this point, we're aware that the concert isn't going to be what we wanted it to be, but it can still be SOMETHING...

Am I correct in that many of you would not mind hearing holiday tunes in early January if we wanted to reschedule?

EDIT: Concert postponed.
juldea: (hold me!)
For those of you planning on coming to the concert today, we are indeed aware of the weather and its possible affect on travelling. Our plan is to decide sometime in the 12:30-1:00 timeframe, based on the weather then, if we're still going to go on. At this point, we're aware that the concert isn't going to be what we wanted it to be, but it can still be SOMETHING...

Am I correct in that many of you would not mind hearing holiday tunes in early January if we wanted to reschedule?

EDIT: Concert postponed.
juldea: (hold me!)
Hey, everybody! I have recently joined an a cappella group, and we are doing a holiday concert type thing! It would make me really happy to see my friends there! I know this isn't everybody's thing and that many folks might be out of town (either by default or because of the date), but if possible please spare an hour of your time and a suggested donation of $10 out of your wallet and come hear (and sing?)

Important details:
Sunday, December 20, 2:00pm
Unity Church, 6 William Street, Somerville - approx. 5 minutes' walk from Davis Square T
All proceeds go to benefit the Harvest Pantry - suggested donation $10


Relevant details:
5 women, <1 hour of singing, with a sing-along section (so you can get your holiday cheer on, too!)
Medieval and modern carols - I think out of all of our pieces, there's only one that is both a modern "Christmas carol" and that we're singing "straight." There's some really gorgeous stuff in here, guys. [livejournal.com profile] lignota is an awesome arranger.
Out early enough for a dinner mob afterwards... *tempt tempt*

Poster here! )
juldea: (hold me!)
Hey, everybody! I have recently joined an a cappella group, and we are doing a holiday concert type thing! It would make me really happy to see my friends there! I know this isn't everybody's thing and that many folks might be out of town (either by default or because of the date), but if possible please spare an hour of your time and a suggested donation of $10 out of your wallet and come hear (and sing?)

Important details:
Sunday, December 20, 2:00pm
Unity Church, 6 William Street, Somerville - approx. 5 minutes' walk from Davis Square T
All proceeds go to benefit the Harvest Pantry - suggested donation $10


Relevant details:
5 women, <1 hour of singing, with a sing-along section (so you can get your holiday cheer on, too!)
Medieval and modern carols - I think out of all of our pieces, there's only one that is both a modern "Christmas carol" and that we're singing "straight." There's some really gorgeous stuff in here, guys. [livejournal.com profile] lignota is an awesome arranger.
Out early enough for a dinner mob afterwards... *tempt tempt*

Poster here! )
juldea: (hold me!)
Hey everybody!! Sassafrass, the a cappella singing group I joined a couple months ago, is going to put on a holiday concert. It would mean a lot for me for my friends to show up and be supportive for my debut!

By concert, I mean we're five women singing fewer than a dozen songs, the whole thing will take less than an hour, and we're (likely) singing at a local food pantry and requesting people make a donation there as the price of the show. So nothing huge, formal, or requiring tons of your time. That said, the songs are gorgeous and the cause is good.

The concert is currently slated for Sunday, December 20. More details when they're hammered out, but I wanted to semi-date-grab now.
juldea: (hold me!)
Hey everybody!! Sassafrass, the a cappella singing group I joined a couple months ago, is going to put on a holiday concert. It would mean a lot for me for my friends to show up and be supportive for my debut!

By concert, I mean we're five women singing fewer than a dozen songs, the whole thing will take less than an hour, and we're (likely) singing at a local food pantry and requesting people make a donation there as the price of the show. So nothing huge, formal, or requiring tons of your time. That said, the songs are gorgeous and the cause is good.

The concert is currently slated for Sunday, December 20. More details when they're hammered out, but I wanted to semi-date-grab now.
juldea: (joco full)
Ooft! This was a full weekend and a fuckton of fun. I will be happy to finish this post and crash, though.

On Friday evening I went to 90s Night at the Common Ground in Allston with [livejournal.com profile] hermitgeecko. I'd been before, but that was... wow, over a year ago. I really want to make this a more regular trip; certainly not weekly, but once every couple of months maybe. It's a cheap, fun night out. [livejournal.com profile] hermitgeecko and I had a fantastic time cutting up the floor all night long, so I'm guessing I'll be able to convince her to go again. :)

Saturday daytime was datetime and Rock Banding and other video gaming with [livejournal.com profile] zombie_dog and briefly kibbutzing with [livejournal.com profile] tkitch in the Foundation kitchen. Evening was the pre-JonathanCoulton/PaulandStormConcert dinner, where I determined once and for all that "double bock" is a synonym for "tasty to put in [livejournal.com profile] juldea's mouth," and then the waiting in line (or not at all in line, mister, no really) and the actual concert. Being there early snagged us awesome seats (thanks, [livejournal.com profile] rigel and [livejournal.com profile] londo!) Paul and Storm did a fantastic funny show as usual, powering through even as the Boston crowd wouldn't STFU about "what she said" et al. I still think they do a little bit too much of the same schtick every time with some of their songs and their choreographed movements, but at least this show there were new songs! Jonathan did a fantastic set as always, probably fully half of the songs chosen being not the "popular" ones and ones I didn't think he'd do live ("Betty and Me" and "So Far So Good"!) He also Kanye West-ed himself during "Mr Fancy Pants," which would earn my little internet-denizen-heart for life if he didn't already have it. *sigh*

Today was SLEEPING IN and then a leisurely morning on the internet followed by a sudden mad rush to get out of the house to get to Never After. Social foo occurred, but I think will mostly result in good. I hope. The show was awesome: quite entertaining, brilliant lyrics (I never got my chance to rant about how much I loved some of the homophone wordplay), cute story. There were a few negatives but certainly not enough to bring the whole thing down, and I really do hope it explodes from here. Then another food mob, at Martsa in Davis this time. Yay people. A little bit more video-game-datetime with [livejournal.com profile] zombie_dog, and then some of that internet stuff I do, and the night is now complete! *yawn*

On the schedule for the upcoming week: hang out with [livejournal.com profile] zigdon before he leaves town, Mage game, [livejournal.com profile] laura47's housewarming party, [livejournal.com profile] doompuppy's birthday bash, Arisia programming meeting. Meep. I don't know when I'm going to fit taking care of my house and laundry and stuff in...
juldea: (joco full)
Ooft! This was a full weekend and a fuckton of fun. I will be happy to finish this post and crash, though.

On Friday evening I went to 90s Night at the Common Ground in Allston with [livejournal.com profile] hermitgeecko. I'd been before, but that was... wow, over a year ago. I really want to make this a more regular trip; certainly not weekly, but once every couple of months maybe. It's a cheap, fun night out. [livejournal.com profile] hermitgeecko and I had a fantastic time cutting up the floor all night long, so I'm guessing I'll be able to convince her to go again. :)

Saturday daytime was datetime and Rock Banding and other video gaming with [livejournal.com profile] zombie_dog and briefly kibbutzing with [livejournal.com profile] tkitch in the Foundation kitchen. Evening was the pre-JonathanCoulton/PaulandStormConcert dinner, where I determined once and for all that "double bock" is a synonym for "tasty to put in [livejournal.com profile] juldea's mouth," and then the waiting in line (or not at all in line, mister, no really) and the actual concert. Being there early snagged us awesome seats (thanks, [livejournal.com profile] rigel and [livejournal.com profile] londo!) Paul and Storm did a fantastic funny show as usual, powering through even as the Boston crowd wouldn't STFU about "what she said" et al. I still think they do a little bit too much of the same schtick every time with some of their songs and their choreographed movements, but at least this show there were new songs! Jonathan did a fantastic set as always, probably fully half of the songs chosen being not the "popular" ones and ones I didn't think he'd do live ("Betty and Me" and "So Far So Good"!) He also Kanye West-ed himself during "Mr Fancy Pants," which would earn my little internet-denizen-heart for life if he didn't already have it. *sigh*

Today was SLEEPING IN and then a leisurely morning on the internet followed by a sudden mad rush to get out of the house to get to Never After. Social foo occurred, but I think will mostly result in good. I hope. The show was awesome: quite entertaining, brilliant lyrics (I never got my chance to rant about how much I loved some of the homophone wordplay), cute story. There were a few negatives but certainly not enough to bring the whole thing down, and I really do hope it explodes from here. Then another food mob, at Martsa in Davis this time. Yay people. A little bit more video-game-datetime with [livejournal.com profile] zombie_dog, and then some of that internet stuff I do, and the night is now complete! *yawn*

On the schedule for the upcoming week: hang out with [livejournal.com profile] zigdon before he leaves town, Mage game, [livejournal.com profile] laura47's housewarming party, [livejournal.com profile] doompuppy's birthday bash, Arisia programming meeting. Meep. I don't know when I'm going to fit taking care of my house and laundry and stuff in...
juldea: (JoCo personal jesus)
I have at least one, possibly two free entries to Saturday night's Jonathan Coulton slash Paul and Storm concert at the Paradise in Allston, 8pm. (If I have a second, it will come with caveats to be discussed later.) Anyone been wanting to come but couldn't afford it?

Ticket is NOT first come, first served; I will make priority for people I know better, or who I know to be specifically in the "I love these guys but can't afford the show" situation. But I won't let the ticket(s) go unused, either.

Also, plans are being made with [livejournal.com profile] rigel to go for early dinner and then make it to the show early, so if you want in on that, keep an eye here!
juldea: (JoCo personal jesus)
I have at least one, possibly two free entries to Saturday night's Jonathan Coulton slash Paul and Storm concert at the Paradise in Allston, 8pm. (If I have a second, it will come with caveats to be discussed later.) Anyone been wanting to come but couldn't afford it?

Ticket is NOT first come, first served; I will make priority for people I know better, or who I know to be specifically in the "I love these guys but can't afford the show" situation. But I won't let the ticket(s) go unused, either.

Also, plans are being made with [livejournal.com profile] rigel to go for early dinner and then make it to the show early, so if you want in on that, keep an eye here!

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