18-Dec-2011 Moya An Irish Christmas in De Doelen Rotterdam

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Postby Susann » Wed Dec 21, 2011 1:34 pm

I forget to mention that last night a coincidence occurred to me. :o :o :o
After sorting out the photos from Rotterdam – it was after 11 p.m. – I wasn’t really tired and so I was zapping through the TV channels. There was nothing interesting but suddenly I saw a man I supposed to know. He looked like the conductor of the Dutch Metropole Orchestra on Sunday. And right it was Jules Buckley :) :) :) . It was a concert of the fantastic British singer/songwriter Jonathan Jeremiah (I didn’t know him before) together with his band and the MDR Symphony Orchestra conducted by Jules Buckley on 12th December in Leipzig. Unbelieveable!!!
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Postby Hester » Wed Dec 21, 2011 3:25 pm

Hi Susann,
It was lovely to meet you!
Thanks for posting those pictures. I love your pictures of Rotterdam! Isn't Delfshaven a gorgeous bit of Rotterdam? My brother goes to church in this lovely little church there.

And what a great conductor right!? Seemed they all got along very well, I liked it when Moya ripped her bunch of flowers apart to give the conductor a couple of flowers as well :lol:
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Postby Phantas » Wed Dec 21, 2011 8:00 pm

Hester wrote:Hi Susann,
It was lovely to meet you!
Thanks for posting those pictures. I love your pictures of Rotterdam! Isn't Delfshaven a gorgeous bit of Rotterdam? My brother goes to church in this lovely little church there.

And what a great conductor right!? Seemed they all got along very well, I liked it when Moya ripped her bunch of flowers apart to give the conductor a couple of flowers as well :lol:


I loved the conductor's sense of humour after they came back for the encore.....he got a rose from Moya but when he came back out the flower had vanished LOL! And he looked at it as if to say : now who did that?

it was hilarious!
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Postby Paul K. » Sat Dec 24, 2011 11:01 am

There is a video on youtube of 3 minutes. That wasn't filmed by me, I don't know who did.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dmlttRvkbvI
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