Month: April 2022

Kate Brookes – 19th April 2022

The power of the internet amazes me! A few weeks ago, an alpaca contact messaged me a picture she had spotted on Pinterest – an alpaca playing the bassoon. Those that know me well, will know that I have two passions in my life (family excepted of course) alpacas and playing the bassoon. A quick google… Read more »

Ken Freivokh – 14 April 2022

A Fishy Tale When I first met Liz at the Royal College of Art, I was finishing my master’s degree, which happened to involve a revolutionary hi-fi project with a ground-breaking transcription turntable unit (remember, this was 1972!) and a very unusual pair of transparent horn loaded loudspeakers.    Only reason I mention this is that… Read more »