|Washing up, at 6.12am|
I thought it was the 'old' West End markets and turn up to an empty car park...turns out it was the Davies Park lot. Well, I get myself there in time for a coffee. It is one of the lovely things about twitter and, as I've said many times before, the connections that have been made through 612ABC have been marvellous. All of us meeting here this morning have that as our first point of contact. Bravo ABC!
|Tweepsters at the markets|
The markets are great, I can see I will be back. Apparently, I'm to try the curry puffs next time.
|Rumple puppy I|
The markets are followed by a clarinet rehearsal today. Some new music and some revision of previous pieces. Of all the things that go on, it is nice, I remind myself, that music is here for me. A good decision in my mid-thirties to take it seriously...tomorrow is the 40th Anniversary Concert for St Lucia Orchestra...another musical family.
After rehearsal, it is back home quickly to turn around and head to the production of 'A Clockwork Orange'. Despite my best efforts, I haven't quite finished the book and not having seen the movie, I've only got the usual pop culture commentary to rely on. I'm not really sure what to expect, except 'violence'. I guess it is the iconic place of 'A Clockwork Orange' that is drawing me in, not the violence part, especially.
|Rumple puppy II|
|Congrats, at 6.12pm|
I'm looking forward to tomorrow. Tweepsters and fellow musicians, life is good. Oh, and it is true, Beethoven 9 will have a completely different connotation in the future.