BBC in Spokane

Photo of Cary wtih BBC journalists Alan Kasujja (L) and Ben Allen (R).

Cary wtih BBC journalists Alan Kasujja (L) and Ben Allen (R).

The BBC was in town on July 7 covering World Relief and their efforts to settle refugees from around the world in the US–beginning here in the Northwest.


SPR Jazz Trio (plus or minus one)

SPR Jazz Trio (plus or minus one)








From left: Kevin Jones, electric/acoustic bass; Cary, piano and hat; Verne Windham, hn; Ann Fennessy, singer rock Rockwood with music of Gershwin, Kern, Arlen, and more, Sunday May 18, 2014.

Sven-David Sandstrom


Sven has a new youtube video, just superb.


Veni Veni Emmanuel (A Christmas Prayer from the Trenches) tropes the old advent Latin hymn text, its English translation by John Neale, and a WWI poem by Lt. Cyril Winterbotham in this motet-like setting by Cary Boyce for triple chorus (SSAA, SSAA, TTBB) and tenor solo. This performance is by the Indiana University Singers in 2008 with tenor Mark van Arsdale, conducted by William Jon Gray. The video “recreates” a performance visually troped with actual images from various wars and works of art that illustrate, illuminate, or comment on the text.

winter The Pacific Mozart Ensemble directed by Professor Lynne Morrow will include Hodie Christus Natus Est, a motet by Cary Boyce, on their December 13 and 14 concerts. The work premiered in 1995 at Washington National Cathedral. More information on the Pacific Mozart Ensemble and the concerts at:


The composer will be there to listen!

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