Tuesday, February 27, 2007

Waiting to go on

The Region One Arts Fund, which supports the arts in the schools around here, had a recital for any student, in school or private lessons, on Sunday. There were pianists as young as 7 and old as 17, a jazz ensemble, flute and oboe players, and the dancers from Arts in Motion, including my 8-year-old daughter. They did an excerpt from the piece they're working on for their June recital, A Midsummer Night's Dream.


Blogger Nathalie said...

Lovely atmosphere here Jenny!

But where have I been? I've missed so many of your beautiful snow shots!

DRIFTING was an absolute treasure, I loved it!

Objects in rearview mirror are closer than they appear was delightfully clever and fun

A day at the Beach was incredible too

I really enjoyed the visit and hope it is not so long again before I return!

9:29 PM  
Blogger RUTH said...

Oh you can see the nerves through the smiles. Midsummer's Night Dream was always one of my favourite Shakespeare plays.

5:21 AM  
Blogger Olivier said...

belle photo, on sent qu'elles sont toutes tres exitées avant d'aller presenter leur spectacle.
cela devait etre tres sympathique.

parcontre, je n'ai pas trouve ce que c'etait un "oboe" ?

beautiful photograph, one feels that they all are very exitées before going to present their spectacle. that was to be very sympathetic nerve. on the other hand, I do not have finds what it was a “oboe”?

6:46 AM  
Blogger Lilly said...

This is such a lovely ,happy picture. A Midsummer Night's Dream is a great play. Hope the girls enjoyed their dance.

7:11 PM  
Blogger jenni said...

this is such a cute shot! They all look so excited... their anticipation is clearly visible.

1:42 PM  
Blogger Françoise said...

Olivier, an "oboe" is "hautbois" in French. And someone playing the "oboe" is "oboist" in English and "hautboïste" in French, which is interesting because they are pronounced the same!!


4:14 PM  
Blogger isabella said...

The excitement is palpable...

7:58 PM  
Anonymous John said...

Well done Jenny, you captured the moment well. Love the branches from yesterday too.... very nice.

8:36 PM  
Blogger Susan said...

This is so alive. The wipe your feet sign adds humor!

2:53 PM  

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