We have a poster

I had such a great time on my birthday weekend! Having CFS or rather CFIDS (Chronic Fatigue Immune Disfuction) my social life is not great. Work always comes first and then I need so much time to recover that I don’t like evenings out.
Apart from KH and KL who had to work that evening all my London friends made it to the club. T. even dragged his massage chair across town, I wonder what they told him in the cloak room. We got a table on the side of the stage, basically looking into the big band’s music stands! Perfect! The food was fabulous and I really liked the music!
Unfortunately – from a blogger’s point of view – one is not allowed to take any pictures into Ronnie Scott’s. G. took a couple after the show in a cafe opposite the club, but they are not really flattering for anyone of us… we were in a rather silly mood.
I still need to put on pictures of my shawl. G. has taken some, so she might put them on tomorrow morning. Keep checking!
The great Sunday news is: the poster for our concert on the 10th of October is online! Check it out at here. We have been cooking on this program for a while now. We called it Waiting Room Project. Since KH’s heart is beating for contemporary music we have been looking at a possibility to integrate it into a concert program and still get a ‘normal’ concert goer into the concert. Usually contemporary music is only done (and listened to) by specialists. I think we need to keep music alive. This means not only trying to reach out and get young people into concerts/opera etc, but also encourage new music. I’ll tell you more about this another time as it’s time for Michael Palin’s New Europe show on BBC1. I have to watch it!

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