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... Cornets of Dalewool (John Lewis), Woolston (Kyle) and Wellington Brass (Matt Stein) and it is quite stunning - one of the many musical treats in the programme. Raynor did a great job of his gig on Repiano including his sight-reading effort of the trio. Kyle joined us this afternoon and is on the mend - released from hospital after some tests etc. So to the bit you've all been waiting for. The train. We arrived at the local railway station and after hanging around for an ...
... he asked a 5 year old boy from the audience t conduct the William Tell Overture (from letter K - sorry Adrien Raven).
Out hosts tell us that Chinese audiences love comedy, opera and ballet so a Brass Band is not on their radar at all. This explains to some extent the reserved audiences and I guess to some extent the small number of people attending (approx. 400 tonight).
Monday and Tuesday are likely to be the most challenging of ...
... onto the bullet train with 41 suitcases and 27 instruments including 4 tubas. The train travels at 300km/h. It doesn’t seem that fast (not that I really have a context) as you look out the window…but none the less it’s really comfortable, smooth and it gets you where you’re going - fast – even with a number of stops along the way. Think Wellington to Taupo in 1h30.
We’re in a very different city now to the last 2 (Dalian ...
We are in Qufu, the birthplace, hometown, and cemetery of Confucius and his ancestors. He lived around 600 BC and promoted social harmony and family relations. He was not considered a success in his own life, and only years later after his death did the people begin to follow his teachings. Despite the Cultural Revolution, one can still see Confucius' influence in everyday life in China and other East Asian countries.
... Art Museum which is where the 2010 World Expo took place. The building is outstanding- never seen anything like it- incredible architecture. The art was very nice. We watched a little film about three cartoon monks and then looked at some traditional style paintings. Then we sat in the parent and toddler play area (we had to take our shoes off and everything) and Jiedi read me fairytales, translating as she read #prettyepicskillz All packed up at the Howie ...