Music Association - South Africa
As a foretaste of the performance of Mozart's Magic Flute gave the lower grade chorus and instrumental ensemble, led by Meyer-Oehme Birgund some excerpts of the best performances, including the famous song Papageno "The Bird Catcher.Even the relatively young band from Young Jazz Susanna Klopfer showed that already founded the Lower School students and experienced in handling to deal with their instruments and groovy jazz and swing variations intoned. "Yes-there" Maren Kitzlinger, South Africa online casino voiced early and Amelie Wößner with the support of Eva already on clarinet, John Kipp on drums and Jonas Schüsselin at the piano. If "Beach Front" and "Ha Ha Ha," came the Boss Brass Marc Maier and Mr. Maximilian on flugelhorn, David Gamerdinger on saxophone and Cornelius Mueller added on trumpet.A premiere for the new patrons of the school-sponsored Albeck baritone saxophone gabs also: Valerie Krespach could dedicate the precious and rare instrument to the title "Hay Burner". Next year, the instrument will be in constant use, promised Martin Schneider, director of the Big Band.To "Dynaflow" by Stan Kenton was Martin Schneider award the background, that the title of the brand name for an automatic transmission was invented in 1948. "A sign of prosperity," Schneider smiled good about the fact that the reputation of the automatic transmission has now South Africa changed dramatically.With her outstanding solo vocal supported David Schweikart and Tatjana Maier boss of the Big Band sound to the familiar song Fever, who in 1956 recorded by Little Willie John and gecovert now available from many stars including Elvis Presley, Madonna, Nina Hagen.After the casino huge success of "Dance of the Vampires" soloists and chorus gave intermediate and advanced, led by Annette Blaas some striking solos and dance stations with the best. Very good also the duet with Julia Hecht and Simon Zeiher, with their clear voices against the background of the vampires presented in red and black fervently "total darkness".In the break were the many spectators in the multipurpose room refresh and come together to talk before then was signaled by the low brass end of the break. For the grand finale, the big band built on this concert for the first time with an open curtain their music stands and registers South Africa. The big band currently have as many members than ever before, said Martin Schneider, the emergency room, which allowed the audience insight into the structure of the register system.