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Perry often starts to write a song without fully understanding what it’s about cardana dance shoes. That was the case with “Something Good,” the title track off her four-song EP. “I had some idea of what the song was about,” she says. “I free wrote it and set it aside. I hate doing that because I’m afraid I might lose it.”. Months later, a conversation with a friend sparked the rest of the song. It was a request from another friend that led Perry to start writing her own songs after years of playing classical works. Her musical emphasis began to shift after she was asked to write a cello line for a friend’s folk song..

“That was the first time I’d gotten into composition,” she says, adding that even with her classical training, “there are big chunks of theory I completely missed, and I’m certainly not trained in improvisation. “The idea of coming up with my own lines and melodies was new to me except that in an ensemble, the cello’s always playing the notes no one else wants.”. After deciding she needed a more melodic instrument, Perry bought her first guitar at age 40, learning the instrument as she taught herself the ins and outs of composition cardana dance shoes.

“The biggest thing I took away from my classical training is that there’s no substitute for practice,” says Perry, who plays and sings for at least 90 minutes a day five days a week. “I know if I show up to it regularly, I’ll get better over time.”. Perry also got into the habit of showing up to local open mics to practice her songs in front of a live audience cardana dance shoes. Her EP release party is set for Nov. 12 at Art Boutiki in San Jose’s Rose Garden neighborhood. Of recording for the first time at age 50, Perry says, “So many of us carry our desire around inside us. I want to be an example of someone who tries to bring her desire from the inside to the outside.”..

Kenny Schick, a seasoned local musician and producer, helped Perry make her desire a reality. Schick played multiple instruments on Perry’s EP, which he also produced. Schick’s wife, Sabine Heusler-Schick, sang backing vocals. The husband-and-wife duo, who perform as Artemesia Black, will open for Perry at her Art Boutiki show cardana dance shoes. “My head exploded when he sent me a sketch (of one of my songs),” Perry says, adding that Schick “did what I needed to hear: my music, fully produced.”. In between her classical career, which included playing cello in a professional orchestra in Brussels, Belgium, as a senior in high school, and her burgeoning interest in folk music, which led to her touring with Michelle Shocked before the singer/songwriter had her infamous meltdown on stage, Perry married and raised two children..

“Music tends to go to sleep when this happens,” Perry says, and indeed a long period passed when she wasn’t playing. She says she pulled out her cello again shortly after her family moved to Sunnyvale in 2001 cardana dance shoes. As a child, Perry envisioned a career as a classical musician, but she says, “I got redirected down the straight and narrow path.”. That path led her to study philosophy and English at Georgetown University and to earn her PhD in American literature from UC Santa Cruz. She holds down a day job as an English professor at De Anza College in Cupertino..

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