Another gorgeous day in Boston, sunny, not too warm nor too hot and a bit of a breeze going around was just the icing on the cake to get us motivated enough to be outdoors today, so, you guessed it, we played in a park this morning
Not just any park, by the way, we went to the Paul Revere Park in the North End (or the “Little Italy” as some call it) which is just right outside of NEMPAC (http://www.nempacboston.org/), which again, is one of the places I work at and I don’t know if you’ve ever been around this area in Boston but this park is just a fantastic place, surrounded by this magic atmosphere this neighborhood has
We found a really nice spot to play at, we sat down and we enjoyed our time there, we had some people listen to us who thanked us for being there, but the problem is that we STILL haven’t been able to find away to get people to take a card to be invited for the concert so the experiment continues to be unsuccessful…
Also, one thing that we learned today is that we might wanna get a mosquito repellent to be outside because that was a really annoying part of this, this green annoying little things kept landing on my cello but anyway, the performance was a nice one and we even ran into one of our teachers from Longy, the great Dr. Dudas (also known as Dr. D) who complimented us in what we we’re doing which is nice because he is one of the early music gurus at out former school!
For today I have no more stories for you, my friends but I do wanna of course, invite you again to come to Pickman Hall at the Longy School of Music of Bard College (27 Garden St, Cambridge MA 02138) on July 2nd at 7:30 pm to listen to our closing concert and remember that it’s free so please do bring a friend!
Thanks for reading, friends and have a good night!