Curt Ebersole

Curt Ebersole is a resident of White Plains, New York, where he is active as a music educator, conductor and clarinetist. In between musical activities he enjoys photography, cycling, napping on the beach, Wordpress web publishing, Bullet Journaling, and riding America’s fastest and tallest roller coasters.

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Nov 03 2017

WSW starts 30th season on Sunday!

In this post: WSW season #30 Masters year #5 TEDx 2017 video update Neiman & Marcus turn 1 year old Concert this Sunday! My  Westchester Symphonic Winds will present the opening concert of our 30th Season, with “Bridges & Byways,” this Sunday, November 5 at 3:00 p.m. at Tarrytown Music Hall (13 Main Street, Tarrytown, …

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Sep 15 2017

My TEDx Talk – Saturday, September 16

I’m in Oneonta, New York tonight, ready to give my debut TEDx Talk tomorrow at 1:00 pm EDT. My topic is “Framing Failure.” I wasn’t going to advertise this until after the fact, because I was led to believe that this would not be broadcast live, and I was just going to wait and let …

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May 06 2017

Spring 2017

Life in White Plains We’re enjoying a particularly beautiful spring here in White Plains. The cherry trees were amazing this year! Tim is busy with weddings and other spring events, and I’m running at my usual over-the-top pace. On May 19, we’re celebrating our 10th wedding anniversary — hard to believe that much time has gone …

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Jan 23 2017

Winter concert this Sunday

WSW concert – January 29 at 3 pm My wonderful Westchester Symphonic Winds will perform their second concert of the season this coming Sunday, January 29, at 3:00 pm in our beautiful home, the Tarrytown Music Hall. The program is entitled “Determination & Grit,” and includes some inspiring music for winds and percussion. Included on …

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Nov 23 2016

Happy Thanksgiving 2016

Although we were lured into thinking that the endless summer would last through the New Year, the wind shifted this week in a big way, and suddenly it really feels like Thanksgiving. Tim and I wish you all the best for the holiday, and we are both very grateful for friends, family, and loved ones, …

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