Sunday, October 02, 2011

Musical Intermezzo


I don't know if you remember, last year, I attended an art opening organized in the offices of Mac Allister, a head hunter company. Well, this year I went back! Only this time on top of showing paintings they also had musicians! And not just any musician, a cellist (Hugues Lassere) and No Yon Kwon, a soprano who sang all kinds of music, including this famous one. A perfect moment for a Sunday ;-)

8 comments:

  1. This is a business with some class. What a great contribution to the public, the arts, and an evening.

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  2. Let's celebrate life with music. On another note, Midnight in Paris is pure fun. I can envision myself moving back to the City of Lights.

    Thanks, Eric! You rock!!

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  3. Wonderful! That's the way to network... :)

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  4. This networking stuff sounds like a lot of fun! :)

    Can you imagine getting to sing with a cellist as accompaniment? How amazing. Glad you had a good time and thanks for sharing it with us!

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  5. What a great experience. I love cello and the song is beautiful.

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  6. This is such a beautiful song! It brings tears to my eyes!

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  7. Great networking idea but...that's not a cello but a double bass (contrabass in french i think). At least they weren't playing in the metro-sure to be difficult to get it down the stairs and through the ticket taker machine!

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  8. just listen to music but don,t know what they are asking and what they are expressing. anyhow thanks to this post. just listen a song Alors on Dance but don,t know what is the meaning of that song. but music is excellent in that song.

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