alive and well in London

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Subject: alive and well in London
From: "A & L Bloom" <>
Date: Wed, 31 May 2006 16:09:56 +1000
Found this on my niece's blog page - she is a music critic.
Must be great excitement in London over this happening.
Lorna Bloom

Monday, May 22, 2006
Mostly birds of prey
A priceless note arrived this morning from that concrete jungle in the City of 
London, also known as the Barbican, where the Mostly Mozart Festival, 
appropriately expanded for the Mozart anniversary, is to kick off on 6 June:

  Please note: The Royal Society for the Protection of Birds has asked the 
Barbican to cancel Mostly Mozart's opening night fireworks, due to a rare pair 
of Peregrine Falcons nesting in the vicinity of the Barbican, as the noise from 
the fireworks may cause distress to the birds and their chicks. In lieu of the 
fireworks, the Barbican will offer every member of the audience a complimentary 
glass of champagne after the concert.

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