Jeannette Sorrell, artistic director of the Baroque orchestra Apollo’s Fire, says the lyrics in Baroque master Claudio Monteverdi’s Vespers of 1610 are pretty hot stuff.
They may look like average Joes on weekdays — spending the daylight hours working and taking care of the kids. But on the weekends they transform into engineers of all things creepy.
The kindergartners fidgeted in their seats. It wasn’t Christmas morning, but they knew something exciting was about to happen. Something that would make them very happy.
Pity the poor pawpaw.
This is an opportunity to get a better understanding of the barriers that the visually impaired face on a daily basis.