We will be meeting on Tuesdays at 7:45pm at 233 Broadway, as
long as enough people have told me by Monday night that they want
We’ve started working on the repertoire for the Walk for Hunger, so if you’re
thinking about joining us, you should also think about
coming on Tuesdays. If you know anyone who should be thinking
about joining us, now is the time to start twisting arms.
The Walk for Hunger
is returning to its normal route, after an abbreviated version
last year. They have asked us to return to our normal location
and time slot – Greenough Boulevard from 11am to 3pm on Sunday,
Please let me know if you’d be interested in playing with us.
What we play and how much rehearsing we do depends a lot on who we
have to play with.
We will be meeting as usual on Tuesdays at 7:45pm at 233
Broadway, Cambridge. But only if enough people let me know by
Monday night that they want to come.
Hans Holbein’s The Dance of Death, a series of forty-one miniature woodcuts about the triumph of death, was produced between 1523 and 1525. In making these depictions, the Cambridge scholar Ulinka Rublack observes, Holbein was intensely engaged with the problem of corruption in politics.