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The final frontier! 

Ok i won't say the whole thing, but you know what I mean!  It's been half a year since I posted, and let me tell you, my life has been good!  I got a beautiful new job that I love with all my heart, and I just wrapped up a weekend of paying singing gigs that was exhausting but magical, for all that I had to sit through one of the most ridiculous sermons i can remember.  

So, I'm a Pagan who has fallen in love with classical music, and even if I were a well known artist, I still would probably not get to pick and choose my gigs based on my religion; the large portion of paid work that's available is in church.  Christian church.  Check out auditions if you don't believe me! There is opera, which has a HUGE wealth of Pagan over-and-undertones, but that requires a massive expense in travel and prep and time. I will literally make more money staying home and keeping my local, unknown Church gigs. 

That being said, it is my goal to increase the knowledge of myself and others as to the works of classical music that I think should be of interest to the pagan public.  


Concerning my last post, what did you think of Holst's "Hymns from the Rig Veda"?

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Amarfa has been studying the occult, wicca, and paganism for 17 years and counting.  She has been a musician since age 5, studying first guitar, then accordion for 10 years, placing 2nd in her division in the 1995 ATARI/ATAM New England Regional Competition,  and has been studying voice for 9. She has directed small early music ensembles, performed publicly, and starred in local theatre works, particularly the World Premiere of Nightsong, a musical theatre piece with direction and book by Jon Brennan and music by Kari Tieger and Kevin Campbell, as well as composing a musical of her own and writing music in her spare time.


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