All Atwitter Over Alec Baldwin

Yesterday I was tweeting with Alec Baldwin. (Amazingly, his tweets are his own!)  I am totally amazed at his tireless advocacy for the arts. Recently, I performed at a gala for WNYC/WQXR where he graciously emceed:

I remember sitting near him a few years ago on a date with my future husband at Carnegie Hall, when Martha Argerich was performing the Prokofiev Concerto No.1 with the Philadelphia Orchestra. He came alone and was totally immersed in the music-impervious to being stared at by everyone around him.

This past week, he went to Washington D.C. to lobby for musicians, dancers and artists. It is so incredible to have a passionate artist such as himself to share this important message. Where does he find the time to do as much as he does? (Capital One commercials included…) My guess is, the man never sleeps….

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3 Responses to All Atwitter Over Alec Baldwin

  1. Jeff Levenson says:

    Anne — how does one get in touch with Alec Baldwin?
    Is there an email or twitter address?

  2. AAM says:

    Hi Jeff….he is @alecbaldwin on Twitter! Good luck! Anne

  3. Robert Novickas says:

    Hi, Ms. Meyers,

    Loved your aquaticc antics, all for the love of art! I have a violin like yours, i.e. ala the Chinese import with the rattling sound post. When I showed it to a local violin maker, he said it came from the early days of instrument exports from China when they were only able to produce what he called violin-shaped objects.
    On another note, I live in Chicago, and am a CSO subscriber. Thus, my wife and I will have the good fortune to see you perform tonight (April 22) at Symphony Center. We’ll be in the lower balcony. (But you don’t need to wave!)
    All the best,

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