Waking up the final day is a challenge but one we all overcame. Meeting back at the beautiful cathedral in Delphos we gathered in the cafeteria of the school next door. We talked about our home stays and the concert the night before. One of the members was celebrating her birthday and her home stay group had been treated to a… Read more →
The Nearness of the End of Tour
The morning comes too early on Tuesday, but despite our fatigue, we wake up and prepare for the day. We gathered in the church, and though we were sad to go, we departed Lakeside. On the coach once more, we began the two-hour ride to Fostoria. Naps were had as we drove, but we were roused near the end of… Read more →
On My Way! (To Lakeside!)
It’s a little harder getting up Monday morning, but the promise of a long bus ride to Lakeside with the likely prospect of a nap made it a little easier. We get up, get dressed and are met with another wonderful breakfast. We then loaded up all our belongings and met at the Coburn United Methodist Church. After a quick… Read more →
As We Start Walking in the Light
Waking up the second day of tour is the easiest, after a long day of rehearsing we are exhausted and fall asleep almost immediately after reaching our hosts’ home. The delicious scent of breakfast cooking in the kitchen easily rouses us and we rise, refreshed and ready for a new day. This breakfast is the beginning of the hordes of… Read more →
Happy Fathers Day!
Before we embark to Zanesville, the Cardinal Chorale wanted to take a moment to show our appreciation to all of our father’s and father figures. As Pastor Steve Putka said in this mornings church service, “We thank you for the qualities, skills, and talents that you have placed in us.” We thank you for allowing us to have experiences such… Read more →
Many Voices, One Blog!
A rainy day tends to put a damper on most anyone’s mood, but not today. Today is the day the Cardinal Chorale starts its 2015 tour. After months, we are together again, with only a few faces missing. We waste no time catching up with one another, and it seems as though we have only been apart for a few… Read more →