You can follow this link to the Kravis Center website to see us listed for our Beyond the Stage performance before My Fair Lady on December 3rd. I just get a little crazy when I see us listed like that. Then I know it’s real.
I got an email from Ms. Prater today, with a number of dates, and the Barnes and Noble day is the same date as our Kravis performance. So Concert Chorus will not be performing at B&N. I may take Beginning Chorus, but we’ll see as we get closer. There’s only so much I can do!
Also, my plan is for Concert Chorus to sing for the PTO volunteer breakfast on September 15th. That means we will have to get started on some new music right away. But it will be good to get our performance schedule rolling.
I hope you are all continuing to have a wonderful summer. Here’s another picture from my vacation. This was taken at the Experience Music Project museum in Seattle, Washington. This is a fantastic interactive museum, mostly about contemporary music. I’m standing in front of the “guitar volcano,” a sculpture made up of hundreds of instruments. Not all of them are guitars. This sculpture actually plays music! Read all about it.
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I don’t know about you, but I’m having a great summer vacation! We spent time in Washington State, and it was so different from Florida. We were on an island, and in Florida, we tend to think of islands as flat and sandy. No on the West Coast: you can see the cliffs dropping off to the water in the picture above. You can see a lot more pictures, too, at my Shutterfly site.
I hope you’re all having a wonderful summer. Let me know what’s happening, and send me your pictures. I’ll be glad to post some.
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As we wind down to the end of the school year, I want to thank all of you for a very successful year in chorus and handbells. We’ve made a lot of beautiful music together. I will miss all of you who are leaving, whether you’re going on to high school, moving away, or changing schools. Even if you’ve only been here a short time, you will always be a part of the Wellington Landings musical family.
I’m closing out the year with lyrics from one of my favorite songs, “Until We Sing Again.” Ringers can substitute “ring” for “sing.”
“Until we sing again, until I see your smile, until you’re next to me and I hear your voice with mine; all you have given me and all we’ve shared as friends will stay within my heart until we sing again.”
I hope you all have a wonderful summer. I will be posting here during the summer, so please check in and let me know what exciting things you’ve done and places you’ve visited. Send me pictures! I plan to post some from my vacation, and I’ll put yours up, too, if you send me some.
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