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Luis Pernalete

Thanks, killing bees

September 6, 2006 at 3:04 PM

Ok, I know, my English may was not the best or the most appropriate to write in this prestigious site, i don’t use spanglish either but I cant be out of this magic moment, when we can see in live connection the very best of young violinist talent in the entire world.
Due this I was a lot worry, work stuff denied me saw Monday and Tuesday auditions in The Indy and only can saw that in archive till 3.00 am both days, tired and with a lot of work next day.
Wednesday i was a little sad, I expect more goods performances in The Indy and Tuesday was the worst day for the young player, I just think that i can heard some Kelemen´s or Kim´s here and in this instances only exceptions, well i go to work, at least today was only 6 audition and i really hope that Rosand´s pupils plays well and come to sleep at midnight.
Well, due a killing bees (African bees) invasions in my radio studio (im journalist), I enjoy a day off and can see a great group of a young talent in a row, thanks to the killing bees I enjoy Celeste Golden Bach Sonata 3, Stephanie Jeong amazing all around performance and the very best in the entire contest and my favorite Anna Tifu.
The only famous killing bees that I know was Houston Astros Biggio, Bagwell. Bergman etc, now the Carora´s killing bees permit me heard that amazing artists.
No killing bees in Indy but there are great Killing Cees, yes, Choi, Coucheron, Cho (Jinjoo), Cho (Angelia), Cindy (Wu), Celeste, against the Big T, Anna Tifu.

From Jim W. Miller
Posted on September 6, 2006 at 3:19 PM
T-shirt for this man! Emily, blog yourself a T-shirt.


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