22
Jul
10

Day 18: CD recording in Shanghai

Yesterday was another free day after the Choirs planned EXPO performance failed to eventuate. While some Choir members visited a silk factory, others spent the day exploring the always amazing city of Shanghai. Equally amazing was the performance that evening by the world famous Shanghai Acrobatic Troupe (www.era-shanghai.com)- see image below.

Today the Choir recorded a CD of all the songs they have performed during their China tour, including the winning songs they performed at the World Choir Games. The Choir also sadly said goodbye to Choir member Nigel Goddard who is leaving after singing with the Choir for the past 8 years. Nigel has made a huge contribution to the Choir during that time- as a Bass singer, a bus-driver extraordinaire, as well as playing a key role in assisting with the organisation of this and previous Choir tours.The Choir wishes Nigel all the best for the future.

Once again the Choir would also like to thank John Dai, Chairman of TEI (Australia) for his assistance in facilitating the Shanghai Media Group (SMG) recording studio, at as well as his generous supply of two buses to transport the Choir over the past few days.

Tomorrow is also the Choir’s last day in China.

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2 Responses to “Day 18: CD recording in Shanghai”


  1. 1 Melanie James
    July 23, 2010 at 08:05

    Why no performance at EXPO?
    Melanie

  2. 2 Steve and Donna-May Egginton
    July 24, 2010 at 08:41

    Hi all,
    Thank you so much for this sight, we have really appreciated being able to get on and catch up with it all. Congratulations on all the success along the way.
    Just wondering what time you guys arrive back into Newy? At the Con?
    Thanks again. Hi to Gabriella for us.
    Steve and Donna-May


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