We both have got very little time and that is why we are sitting outside the cafeteria enjoying the last (?) warm day of October. I am asking questions and writing while Michael is answering and munching the delicious lunch made by Roger. Enjoy your meal. Sorry, we need to do this in English, I know
Sarah Paleologu, who directs the ECLA Choir, surprised her vocalists this Winter by including some simple childrens’ songs in the holiday season’s repertoire. The one-line canons like ‘London’s Burning’, which are based on simple repeated harmonies, made perfect sense, however, when the choir recently visited Sonnenhof (English: sunny courtyard), a home for children with incurable diseases. Volunteer workers, children and staff of the
Over 25 students, administration and faculty cooked dishes from more than ten countries for this event, filling six kitchens to prepare the food. The ECLA Choir performed several songs after the meal. The dinner followed four days of community and resource-centered activities which took place as part of ECLA Week.