Novotel Luxembourg Centre
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We had a real treat on our final day of the Festival. A friend of mine, Andrew Joy, who has been Principal Horn in the Cologne Radio Orchestra for many years, agreed to drive down to give the students a master class. He is from Australia originally and has been living in Germany since 1976. He had three very interesting horns with him that everyone had a chance to try. He had several gadgets to help with horn playing, including some small devices that attach ...
... performance space and church bell museum. It was billed as an evening of Operetta and Salon Music. Besides featuring many of the singers, the instrumental groups included Morgan's wind quintet, playing a fine reading of "Humoresque" by A. Von Zemlinsky. The concert was very well attended, with standing room only. Tomorrow is our final concert in the Stadthalle and a party for all participants ...
... Luxembourg as planned ? We decided for the latter, and off we set, Mick as the driver, in the middle of the night without any GPS. We were about 20 miles outside of Calais when we realised that we were running rapidly low on petrol, so we had to go ...
... approaching an end and try to savor every minute of it.
We hop back in the car and Mario, I mean Marshall, is back up to speed for the highway drive back to Luxembourg City to explore downtown in record time of about 30 minutes –more butt exercising for me. In addition to the seat cushion, I am pretty sure Alamo is going to have to replace the carpet on the passenger side as well where I continually tried to hit ...
... the hills of the city. It was beautiful. At the train station, once again we were helped by a nice woman who helped us find the right bus to our hostel. We checked into our hostel, which was in the part of the city called Pfaffenthal. It was this crazy looking building, and on the inside it kind of looked like Piano Row, for anyone who's been to Emerson. It was pretty cool! We had 3 other suitemates the first night: A South Korean woman named ...
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