Plaque and a player
My friend and former colleague, Rob Hugh, who taught vocal music in West Hartford public schools for 39 years, returned last week to play percussion for our inter-elementary school choir.
The choir was also singing one of his songs.
Rob is a renowned composer of music for children’s choirs. His music is performed all over the world.
In the photo, Rob is sitting to the left of the choir, behind the piano, playing percussion. Just to his left, hanging on the wall, is a plaque honoring his longtime service to our school.
This should be everyone’s dream:
Perform beneath a plaque honoring you while listening to people perform something you wrote.
Living the dream.