June 2006

June 29, 2006 06:55

dear all,

this is the 3rd entry I start in the last couple of days, ...hope this one will see the light.

There have been more lows than highs these days. I have practiced a lot but neglected my training, my work, my good humour...

The concerts are over now. Last week there were three performances of "Dreamland" with the music school orchestra and some very good singers and dancers. It was a modern opera composed by the school director which deals with the problems of the carinthian people who emigrated to the states at the begining of the XX century. It was funny and the music was nice.

Now there's practice (bach's concerto for 2 violins D-minor among many other things), class with Iris every wednesday and half marathon on saturday. I guess it will be my worst time ever, since I feel so week and unmotivated these days... Keep fingers crossed :-)

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Gy├Ârgy Ligeti has died today in Vienna

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