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DAILY UPDATE FRIDAY, JUNE 26, 2015

posted Jun 25, 2015, 6:30 PM by Kimberly Cerrudo

DAILY UPDATE FRIDAY, JUNE 26, 2015 (as usual, it is subject to change.)  Kim will post this on the VWB Website www.vwbchoir.com 

 

Important Note: Please remind the Vietnamese children to wear their pink, yellow and green costume for the Pipa dance and Lotus dance to the rehearsal at the church.  If they have their makeup, they should have that on as well.  We would like to begin the rehearsal promptly at 8:30am.   

 

LTYC members should wear their black pants, black flat shoes, and a top that they can change out of into their blue polo shirts which they will receive when they arrive at the church.  Their hair should be half black.

 

All participants should bring other clothing to wear at the beach.  Bring a jacket just in case.

 

Regarding the beach, there is a change of plan for Friday.  After lunch at Perry Farms Village we will go the beach at Zorn Park in Harbor Springs instead of the Petoskey State Park.  It is a nice beach and there is no fee.  Please remind them to bring appropriate beach wear and beach towels and a plastic bag for their wet suits.  If you wish to leave the beach before 4:00pm, please let Brenda Bell know so we do not leave anyone behind or spend a lot of time looking for someone.

 

Please be prompt to rehearsal as we only have a little time to rehearse.

 

THE PROGRAM FOR THE PERRY FARMS VILLAGE PRESENTATION IS: (Also Subject to Change.)

 

What a Wonderful World . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .  by George David Weiss and Bob Thiele

 

Sol Art Singers and Dancers & the Little Traverse Youth Ensemble

 Getting to Know You from the King and I   . . . . .  Lyrics, Oscar Hammerstein II Music - Richard Rodgers

Sol Art Singers Dancers, and Instrumentalists

 

Lý Cây Bông, Lý Kéo Chài (Medley)  . . . Pipa Ensemble:   

The Pipa is one of the most popular Chinese stringed instruments and has been played for almost two thousand years in Vietnam, China and other Asian countries. The other instruments are also traditional.

 

May It Be (From the Lord of the Rings) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .   Arranged by Mark Brymer

 

Lotus Dance: "Vitality" This dance expresses strong vitality and the essence of the lotus flower. Although they grow from mud, lotus flowers still have their beauty, fragrance of passion, and tenderness.

 

Sol Art Singers and Dancers & the Little Traverse Youth Choir

 

Hoà Nhịp Con Tim  (Heart Harmony) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Huy Tuan

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