I’m a woman of the much sought-after youth demographic who occasionally plays in orchestras, attempts the piano, and stumbles around in the dark doing stage tech. I wrote piles of arts criticism in college for theater classes and various student publications, and after graduating I missed doing it. Hence the blog. I currently live in New York but love to travel, particularly to German-speaking lands (where I find the arts better fit my tastes than in the conservative US, also I speak German). I aspire to one day be able to write about dance, but that day hasn’t really come yet. My current profession and anticipated future Supreme Court nomination oblige me to be anonymous. When not blogging I enjoy cooking, crusading for social justice, playing chamber music, reading Susan McClary, and ranking my favorite Forte numbers.
I also write for Bachtrack, have contributed to Parterre, and was profiled on Operatoonity.
I have been asked about this blog's title, if you're wondering I'm just going to send you here. The design of this blog is based on the stock Blogger template Simple by Josh Peterson, with a logo by Brooklyn-based artist and opera fan Meredith Leich.
I can be reached at likelyimpossibilities [at] gmail.com.