Dublin & London 2013
The Jane Froman Singers of Columbia College Concert Tour
Capacity crowd for tonight's performance....amazing musical experience! The audience was sitting behind us it was so crowded!
Dionysus, the God of wine, merry making, theatre and ecstasy....hmmm! I'll let you decide why these two wanted to pose here!
New Year's Day Parade in the rain!
Well duh...we had to to go! Harry I'm right behind you!
Saint Paul's Cathedral.... OMG! Getting yelled at was totally worth it!
Tour of The Globe.....Whether 'tis Nobler in the mind to suffer The Slings and Arrows of outrageous Fortune....
The Moore's had a fancy New Years Eve lunch at the most delightfully tacky Italian Restaurant in London!
Gresham Centre, St. Anne and St. Agnes
Recorded The High lonesome Mass tonight in downtown London. This was the view afterward as we headed to the bus! St. Paul's Cathedral....stunning!
London Heathrow Airport (LHR)
Tim Sharp, Tulsa Oratorio Chorus and Nollie Moore, The Jane Froman Singers
Christ Church Cathedral
The first performance of Messiah is here tomorrow....I can't wait! The choir of this very cathedral made up part of the chorus that sang it at its premiere in 1751.
The Brazen Head
Dinner at Dublin's oldest pub! Followed by an impromptu of a few tunes....received by wild applause!
Old Jameson Distillery
I begged for the students to get me this as a late Christmas gift while we toured the Jameson Distillery...I sadly left empty handed. It was only a little over $600. Guess I've been too mean! :-(
George Frederic Handel Hotel
Outside the Handel Hotel...originally the location of The Music Hall. Where Messiah premiered!
Preparing for a two hour rehearsal of the High lonesome Mass! After traveling for over 24 hours...this could be in interesting!
Kansas City International Airport (MCI)
The plane is first delayed....and then some mechanical problem with the weather system.....NOT looking good for our 9pm connection in Philly! :-(
I love this photo of Tower Bridge! The bridge is beautiful to see at night with lights running the entire length of the supporting lines. It was a sight to see.
Big Ben, London, England
The Guinness Brewery, Dublin, Ireland? Guinness for breakfast sounds great to us...
Christmas in Temple Bar, Dublin, Ireland