The Greencastle Summer Music Festival, which I founded and continue to organize (if I was in New York, I’d say “curate”) opens Wednesday night with a “shuffle” concert in which movements of the Rachmaninov cello sonata will be interspersed with “Come Down Heavy”, the wonderful four-movement, folk-song based trio for violin, saxophone and piano by Evan Chambers. I’ll write more soon about the shuffle-concert idea, which is becoming increasingly popular. Meanwhile, details on the concert are here. I’ll be performing along with my DePauw colleagues Scotty Stepp (saxophone) and Katya Kramer-Lapin (piano), and Katya’s husband, Matvey Lapin (violin). It’s free, it’s fun–you should come!