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Today’s stories prove that anything can happen while we’re on the road, and that the most beautiful musical experiences can often be created in the most unassuming of places.
6/7/13, Beijing: Our journey began this morning at the Tongxin Experimental Primary School in Pi Village, Jinzhan Town, Chaoyang District, Beijing. Here, a staffer is shown horsing around with some of the children outside of the school. Photo by Jan Regan.
6/7/13, Bejing: (back to front) Percussionists Christopher Deviney, Don Liuzzi, and Angela Zator Nelson tap out intricate rhythms in the schoolyard to a rapt audience. Photo by Jan Regan.
6/7/13, Bejing: The fun continues inside as (l to r) Deviney, Zator Nelson, and Liuzzi have some fun with call-and-response games with the children. Photo by Jan Regan.
6/7/13, Bejing: Deviney lets an enthusiastic student try her hand at playing the drums--giving her an impromptu personal lesson as her friends look on. Photo by Jan Regan.
6/7/13, Bejing: Rain couldn’t dampen these two youngster’s spirits, and they wouldn’t dampen our musicians’ spirits either as you will see. Photo by Jan Regan.
6/7/13, Bejing: No magazines for this crew! Music is all that’s needed for a little light reading while waiting for the flight from Bejing to Macao. Photo by Jan Regan.
6/7/13, Bejing: When weather problems caused major flight delays, and Philadelphia Orchestra members were stuck on the tarmac for three hours waiting to fly from Bejing to Macao, First Associate Concertmaster Juliette Kang, violinist Daniel Han, violist Che-Hung Chen, and Acting Associate Principal Cello Yumi Kendall made lemons out of lemonade--giving an impromptu “pop-up” performance for the passengers on board. Photo by Jan Regan.
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