Behold, the traditional post-rehearsal pint at JP O’Hanlons.
Hard to believe it’s been 5 years since we’ve last played with the Nashoba Valley Concert Band.
We returned tonight.
God, I’ve missed these guys.
And it felt good to play again, even if we were a little rusty. We, as in Himself and me. The band sounded AWESOME! Black Horse Troop, 1812, and Leroy Anderson’s Fiddle Faddle. What fun!
We’re back! 🙂
The very talented Pomplamoose.
What you see is what you hear. (No lip-syncing for instruments or voice)
If you hear it, at some point you see it. (No hidden sounds)
Jeremy Irons dancing – priceless.
This is the cover from the Colonel’s well-worn copy of the vocal score for Gilbert and Sullivan’s Pirates of Penzance.
So you might guess I’m a fan. And was thrilled to learn that the Savoyard Light Opera Company was presenting Pirates for their annual November production. They are playing this weekend and next.
We went tonight. It was awesome.
You should go.
The Savoyard Light Opera Company