Midnight in Paris
with the Kids
This Friday mail is a community talk in
which I will share some creative ideas for the weekend:
from the new Blue Note artist interview to a live streaming of Vienna State Opera of Tosca. But before that, here are some ideas for a good cozy home weekend:
Your private home restaurant
OK, the first idea is to invite your wife/ partner every night to a different kind of restaurant - at your own kitchen. Because my wife still has to go to work and I'm at home, I'm making dinner every night, and to keep it exciting, I told her we have a date tonight a asked her: which restaurant would you like to go to? One day I prepared French food, the day after something with a Moroccan touch. I promise you it's a nice homie feeling, you put some music that goes with it an Voilà.
But what about the children???
For couples with children that like have a break from the stress: tell your kids that mama and papa going for a date tonight in the kitchen, and that they can help you to prepare the restaurant, but when the evening comes, you're going to have moment for yourselves. Last idea, take a corona break. One day Corona news one day without. A break is a good thing for the spirit. Take a day break, open the windows, everything is the same, nature feels even better, you anyway didn't like to meet people before so why now?
And now, prepare your saloon with nice light,
wine and cheese and let's see a concert:
Live streaming and more for the weekend:
got a fine chill Jazz music stream (for any dinner time)
Time: any time
Beethoven Evening with German National Youth Orchestra
Time: 2 p.m. if you missed it, check the concert program
Link: Digital Concert Hall (need to sign up)
Vienna State Opera: Tosca
Times: You can choose the time
Link: Wiener Staatsoper (need to sign up-free - Here)
Blue Note's newest recording artist
Makhathini about Jazz time Now
Last is a ride, not Jazz music but his voice is
like a long night drive for the weekend
Time: any time on his channel/ live tonight 2am in the morning
The weekend events are written voluntarily by me,
Avi Albers Ben Chamo
as much as I put my love in it, English is not my first languish, and some grammar and spelling mistakes can be found. Hoping for your understanding.
JAZZY BERLIN COMMUNITY
Avi Albers Ben Chamo - is the founder of Jazzy Berlin Community, a contrabass player and lately an emerging
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