Excellent! I was so impressed by the professional quality of the singers' voices and the fact that they sang "auf deutsch"! I've sent an announcement about Sunday afternoon's concert to my email list of local Germans (with over 100 names on it). I hope some, perhaps many, of them show up.
Always on the cutting edge, not less than au courant, the Very Tiny Cultural Society is now opt-in. On to the latest review. It is interesting how seeing the words Claude Debussy in print so strongly evokes the tragic wasteland of my misspent undergraduate years. I was the bon vivant and listening to Prélude à l'après-midi d'un faune was sadly not as enchanting as inna-gadda-da-vida (baby) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UIVe-rZBcm4. Redemption has occurred in the form of the Emerson String Quartet. I delighted in the musicality of Ravel, shared in the laughter at the whimsicality of Grieg. Both were simply prelude to the masterful String Quartet in G minor, Op. 10, by Debussy. I look forward to your spiritual companionship. Cheers