Where do Musicians Go?

Where do Musicians Go? I was asked by the marketing director of Symphony Nova Scotia to write a small piece for SNS followers about my departure from the orchestra. I’m always happy to do this as it serves me as […]

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Final Ross Creek

Our Ross Creek experience ended up being just what I’d hoped for! A little isolation for us to work, a little rural Nova Scotian winter for Nick. We got all that. Plus we got freedom, ideas, good beer, recordings of […]

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Ross Creek 2

Ross Creek 2

It has snowed all day. Things are turning out just as I had hoped! Nick is freezing, the fields surrounding the centre are now white: He’s really experiencing Nova Scotia at its most wintery. We are working too, I’m practicing […]

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Ross Creek 1

Ross Creek 1

February 18, 2018 Ross Creek Centre for the Arts is down a long driveway off a 3km dirt road off a secondary road (don’t turn toward the Lookoff! go the OTHER way!). I wanted to bring Nick Fells, my Dwelling […]

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Listening. Listening?

Please note: This post is also present at the sLog found at www.suddenlylisten.com. you should check that site out too! Summer is a good time for thinking. For me it is the pause between the old and new year, and […]

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The Big Recording Project 2

Well, I’ve been working at it. The Big Recording Project. Each day I head down to my little room at 1313 Hollis Street and commit something to digital permanence. “Permanence” …. It’s been an interesting process. My time has been […]

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The Big Recording Project 1

I’ve been thinking about this for a while: A solo record. I don’t think of myself as a soloist really, but I am definitely a person who faces a challenge: “why am I NOT a solo player?” I ask myself…. […]

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Iqaluit

These are some of my reflections on my first visit to Iqaluit, Nunavut in Canada’s far north. I travelled up there in late March 2016, with a group of young musicians from Halifax’s Maritime Conservatory of the Performing Arts. I […]

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Welcome

Hi this is the website of Canadian cellist Norman Adams! It’s under renovation right now, but if you’d like to visit the old site it’s here. I’ll be letting the world know when I launch the new look, so drop […]

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