|I was enraptured.
Abdul Jamal - Armistice Day Concert, St James', West Hampstead
What a special evening - thank you so much. Everything seemed to come
together: the words, the music and the venue, to remind us forcefully
but thoughtfully of the realities of war and its reverberations. You and
the others were so skilled that we didn't have to worry about anything,
allowing us to focus on what we heard and on our feelings. What an
Thank you to you both for a super evening. It was a very professional
and heartfelt performance.
I was profoundly moved by your wonderful programme on Friday evening.
It was beautifully compiled, exquisitely read and played with such
sensitivity, sometime the clarinet taking centre stage, sometimes very
much in the background. Thank you so very much for coming to perform for
us and to help us raise money for the Music of All Saints. I do hope you will visit again!
The feedback for your performance was fantastic! Everyone loved the
different type of entertainment that you brought on the day. I hope you
enjoyed it as much as the staff and residents did.
Thank you for visiting Keenagers and entertaining us with such an
interesting and varied Christmas programme. All the members enjoyed your
visit very much. I will certainly be in touch in the future!
I should like to thank you on behalf of everyone at The Ayots and
Welwyn W.I. for a wonderful evening on Monday. All the members I have
spoken to since Monday have commented on what a lovely evening they had,
and how much they enjoyed both the poems and the music. I especially
liked the way that you had selected each piece of music to fit with the
preceding poem. Our guests from other W.I. groups were also most
appreciative. I wish you every success for the future.
What a success your poetry readings and clarinet pieces were - for us
all. Just watching the ladies, it was obvious how much they were
enjoying themselves. It was a programme of much beauty in the choice of
poetry and music. Finding you was serendipitous (is there such a word?).
The club would love to hear you both again. In short - please come