Back when we were in Vienna, Dr. Baldwin told us all that we would be changed in some way from this trip, and that there'd be no coming back. At the time, we figured he was getting at something musical, since we were playing in some pretty amazing venues.
It's insane to think that just YESTERDAY we were all in Munich. Granted, I'm not even going to try and figure out how long our yesterday was, given the time switch, but suffice it to say that our stay in Munich seemed too short to be true.
You’re going to have to forgive me for this entry. There’s so much to say about the Konzerthaus performance, but so few ways to express it. I’ll try my best, though!
It's Wednesday over here, and LCSO can officially say that we've performed for an Austrian audience! That's right: we're an INTERNATIONAL force to be reckoned with.
So, you'd think that after the ball, all of us would be taking it easy and not doing anything for the rest of the weekend, but of course this is all lies. I went to the Hofburg Spanish Horse show, the Karlskirche, the Vienna museum, the Danube river, The Magic Flute, and Shonbrunn palace this weekend.
Right now, I'm sitting in the good ol' Viennese McDonald's with aching feet and heavy eyelids, but just one night ago, I and all of my fellow orchestra members got to be royalty!
Okay, so I was going to write much sooner, but manged to fail to upload the entry not once, but THREE TIMES! Couple that with the fact that I actually ran into a door, and things really start to look grim for my sense of accomplishment. Technology: 7, Hannah: 0. Seriously.