Good question. I’ve been asking myself that question a lot lately. LAASA has been around now for over four years, during which time I have been working on two masters degrees, moved to a new city, completed a catalog of Argentine art song for publication, and held five different jobs. It’s been a challenge to respond to the many email inquiries that come my way. I feel guilty about all the interested parties that I haven’t followed up with. Sometimes just fulfilling the orders is a challenge, time-wise. I’m not sure what to do about this.
Honestly, I just don’t have the time it would take to make LAASA flourish. I’m hoping that I will work myself into a position where I can work as a freelancer and have more of that kind of flexibility, but until then… I pray for patience on the part of all my supporters.
Any ideas? Anyone want to “borrow” the project for a few years, while I get other areas of my life in order?
The good news is that when I do get back to LAASA, I will be even better prepared to make it grow, and grow quickly. It’s just not the season right now (I tell myself). One of the tools that I’m excited about eventually using with the LAASA community is unltdworld.com. All you kind readers out there, send me good energy so that I can get myself into a position to do more to promote Latin American classical music.