Hans Grim

Author's details

Name: Hans Grim
Date registered: November 3, 2009
URL: http://www.HansGrim.com
AIM: HansGrim
Jabber / Google Talk: hanzgrim@gmail.com
Yahoo! IM: hansgrim

Biography

Hans Grim has musical directed productions at theatres including Texas Christian University, WaterTower Theatre, Theatre Arlington, Granbury Opera House and Casa Mañana. He has also produced 5 musicals for Aledo Musicals and was the originating musical director for the national tour of the Three Redneck Tenors. As a pianist he played for the national tour of Mamma Mia as well as appearing with the Dallas Wind Symphony and Irving Symphony Orchestra. He has appeared on stage recently with Casa Mañana and WaterTower Theatre as a member of the quartet in the Music Man. This fall he accepted a Faculty position with All Saints’ Episcopal School in Fort Worth forming a Women’s Chorus and Lab Band. On Sunday mornings he can be found playing piano for the Ridglea United Methodist Church and Sunday afternoons you can find him lounging at home with his beautiful wife, Mary and 3 children, Max, Rose and Madeleine.

Latest posts

  1. Lord of the Rings Concert in Dallas — November 13, 2014
  2. Middle Schooler’s go to College — April 29, 2013
  3. Back to school, El fortin, and Francisco Delgado Soto — July 23, 2012
  4. River Shoes — July 22, 2012
  5. Candlelit Dinner — July 21, 2012

Most commented posts

  1. Once in a lifetime Concert experience — 7 comments
  2. Naming a Record Label — 4 comments
  3. Mary’s New Headshot Options — 4 comments
  4. Tour of Zhucheng Square — 2 comments

Author's posts listings

Nov 13

Lord of the Rings Concert in Dallas

This past weekend my high school choir, North Side choir performed the entire film score to the Lord of the Rings for 6000 fans at Fair Park in Dallas.  Three performances and over 16 hours of rehearsal with a guest conductor from New York and a full orchestra paid off.  Every night the audience gave …

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Apr 29

Middle Schooler’s go to College

Today, Texas Wesleyan’s Music department welcomed 37 middle school students from J. P. Elder. Our choirs and bands exchanged performances and then joined together to sing and play together. It was easily one of my favorite days this year. My kids were very inspired and are talking about ‘when they go to Wesleyan’. It could …

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Jul 23

Back to school, El fortin, and Francisco Delgado Soto

Today we returned to the classroom aft an incredible trip to Manuel Antonio.  Results from our test were not as terrible as we thought.  Both Mary and I made B’s and our professor offered to retest us on Friday which would give both of us a chance to make up for our errors and omissions.  …

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Jul 22

River Shoes

Today we boarded a bus for some river rafting. When we arrived they served us a nice breakfast and then we took another bus with our rafts in tow to our river entrance.  All the way our guide, Diego, was pointing out interesting trees and houses. After a quick primer on river rafting we climbed …

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Jul 21

Candlelit Dinner

After unloading about 10 pounds of sand each in our first warm shower in a week, Mary and took a short nap followed by dinner at an outdoor restaurant.  Again not amazing food and even worse service, but great company makes that not matter at all. We were all pretty much finished eating when the …

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Jul 21

Beach Monkeys

We arrived at the hotel and loaded our luggage in.  The directors were very sweet to give Mary and I a room together.  Many other students were 4 to a room so it was nice not to be separated.  After loading in we took a thirty minute hike through the Manuel Antonio National Park with …

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Jul 21

Rio de cocodrilo

We got an early start to Manuel Antonio National Park and Beach near Guepa. The three hour bus trip was broken up perfectly. Our first stop was a little shop on the side of the road with cold coconut milk straight from the coconut. Then we walked across the highway bridge and saw about 20 …

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Jul 20

Dinner with friends

Tonight our friends Jenn and Kristi invited us to dinner out with their host mom. The food was not amazing, but the company contained some much needed levity after a very frustrating day.

Jul 20

Me gusta la cumbia

After about an hour of stewing over our poor performance on the test we all gathered in a cramped but air-conditioned room for dance lessons. Our dance instructor looked straight from Mary’s Zumba  videos back home. This guy was built for speed.  He did an excellent job of demonstrating the steps and making sure no …

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Jul 20

Examen Probs

Today was the first day we didn’t have a morning excursion or activity so we took the chance to sleep in a bit and hobbled up the University Latina for a 10 o’clock review session with Dr. Bell.  Mary and I studied all six forms of ser and six forms of estar for a couple …

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