They have been keeping us busy here in Spoleto.  I am definitely working very hard for my money, and although this is a once-in-a-lifetime experience, sometimes I wish our schedule could be a little less stressful.  The last three days have been full of rehearsals and concerts, all with only one or two hours of rest in between.  The worst of it was when we sang a concert at midnight and had to get up the next morning for an early morning mass.

Now that we have gotten several concerts under our belt, one would think the rehearsals would let up, but that is simply not the case, because we still have two more concerts to prepare for, each with different repertoire.  Today, though, we have only rehearsals, and I intend to relax a bit.  Tomorrow is our second day off, and I am going to go to Rome and take a tour of the Vatican…and hopefully I will get a chance to see the Coliseum as well.

In the meantime, though, I must away to another rehearsal and hope I still have some brain cells left to learn more music.

Concerts and more concerts
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