This week, Q2 with Terrance McKnight will feature pieces of music written by composers when they were 30 years old.
When I was 30 years old, I waited tables in a restaurant. I was also in graduate school at the time. The best things I had going on were church, a musician's job, and teaching piano lessons. The restaurant work--as fun and necessary as it was--was not part of my five year plan (I didn't have one. Still don't).
Saturday night on Q2 with Terrance McKnight, we're listening to music that was written by composers when they were age 30. We'll hear music by Beethoven, Boulanger, Liszt, Tatum, Glass, and others.
I'd like to know what you were up to at 30. If you're not there yet, what are your thoughts on turning 30? Enjoy!