The last of everything for the first of everything


Robert announced on his Facebook last Thursday: last guitar lesson in 2010.

I gave my last private piano lesson Monday, my last university class Tuesday.

Tomorrow (Friday 15th October) we give our last concert in the Netherlands in 2010.

I had my last rehearsal with French horn this afternoon — the last one in 2010 to prepare for the first concert in 2011.

“Can we meet for a drink before you go?”

“Do you have time for coffee?”

“Can we invite you for dinner?”

“Do we get to say good-bye?”

There is a last of everything in anticipation for the first of everything.

Next week, we will give our first public concert on mainland USA: Thursday 21st October in St John’s Episcopal Church in Jamaica Plain, Boston at 8:30 pm. It will be the second concert in a church in the USA (the first was in Makawao Union Church in Maui in 2007).

St John's Episcopal Church in Jamaica Plain, Boston

St John's Episcopal Church in Jamaica Plain, Boston

We will give our first house concert in New England – on Friday 22nd October in the home of a Suzuki piano teacher in Newton, Massachusetts.

We will meet the organisers of the first three concerts for the first time.

 

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2 responses to “The last of everything for the first of everything

  1. Good Luck with all your travels and “lasts”. I am going to tell my sister about your concert in Boston so maybe she can attend.

    I haven’t seen you in awhile since I don’t go to yoga anymore. But I run past the house everyday. Hope you are doing well – Susan

  2. I have fond memories of my times Boston and my husband used to live in JP (Jamaica Plain) – enjoy!

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