Newsletter #41

No inoculation or documentation needed for GAIA Fever.  But it’s coming, and it’s catchy…and you should be prepared. Symptoms include a sense of awe, respect for the planet, amazement, moments of humbleness, feeling of responsibility. Forecast to hit southwest Ontario, Exeter to be precise, on June 1.  Immediate impact lasts 33 days, till July 3. Long-term impact can last a lifetime, sometimes even changing one’s consciousness of personal responsibility for our Earth!

Note that ticket prices (i.e., prescriptions) increase on June 1. Specialists recommend buying in May to enjoy unique concerts and events in June.

Explore GAIA and all the musical, even culinary, treat(ment)s that make GAIA Fever such a pleasant experience:

I leave you today with a link to what I consider one of the world’s most beautiful music festivals – outstanding in its programming, its settings and its leadership by my colleague, Angela Hewitt.  If, by chance, you are in Italy next month, or even next year, please give yourself the delights of the Trasimeno Music Festival.  Like Huron Waves so close to Lake Huron, Angela’s festival is by Lake Trasimeno…this year, from June 29 to July 5.

Till we’re together again…remember that Music – and GAIA – Connect Us.

John A. Miller, Artistic Director