Gregorian Masters of Chant

#Hi ho, hi ho, it's off on Tour we go# ;)

Hi all.

So, Gregorian are on Tour again - and it's bigger and better than ever! We've already had one visitor from across the Pond and she thought it was well worth the trip :)

It's a busy schedule but I'm going to do my best to keep you up to date with how things are going and where we are but please bear with me and be patient... At the end of the day, my priority has to be putting on a good show so I don't always have the chance to get to my computer and get online.

Anyway, to bring you up to speed, the monks had an intensive 5 days rehearsing in London before flying to Berlin for another 5 days with the crew and the band. The show was looking pretty good by the end of that, but we don't just want it to be good - we want it to be GREAT! So, after a well-recieved preview show in Lübeck and a blockbusting premiere in the Hamburg O2 Arena, we rocked Dresden last night but we are still tweaking things and working hard to make it the best possible spectacle for the audience.

We're in Chemnitz right now and tomorrow will be one of the biggest Gregorian concerts EVER - the O2 in Berlin and we are told that over 7,000 tickets have been sold... WOW! That is going to be one hell of a show!!! And are we ever looking forward to it :)

That's it for now. I have to get ready for today's sound check and show - not to mention have a bite to eat and work on my German a bit because, when we're in Germany, I always address the crowd in German (which I find more scary than doing the rest of the show!)...

Till the next time :)


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Comment by LaLunaLady on February 24, 2013 at 5:55am

She certainly did think it was worth a trip across the Pond ; )

Comment by Richard Naxton on February 24, 2013 at 5:29pm

And most welcome you were too :)


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