Tea at Trafalgar Square

  • Schola Cantorum Jubilate
  • London
  • United Kingdom
  • Trafalgar Square

Having tea at Trafalgar Square while reflecting on the happenings of last weekend.

I am so glad of what I was able to achieve with SCJ choir in the last rehearsals I attended. They are working hard in putting up Durufle's Requiem which is one of the most sought after choral repertoire. Putting to practice the things I am learning back in Cardiff and seeing immediate response and good results is surely the best feeling one can ever get! It gives me great satisfaction and more crave and urge to learn more! I want to thank publicly Chris Muscat and Mark Gauci who are putting all their efforts in getting out the best from the choir. I truly admire them and I won't be mistaken if I say that they are two of the best musicians that we have in our Islands. Working with them was an ongoing learning experience. So I am on high hopes that the concert with our national orchestra will surely be an unforgettable musical experience!

So what's next? Tomorrow - a whole day at the Royal Albert Hall observing and watching thousands of children from primary schools singing together with an orchestra! Not a bad start at all for this busy week...