Today I’ve decided to put a picture up on my outfit. Something you might see everyday on blogs such as http://www.minoutfit.se/ or http://www.emira.se/Bloggar/Style-Crush by Malin Rönnquist from Uppsala. I’m not going tp publish one like that but maybe once every now and then, when I believe my outfit is something different.
I’ve also had some new experiences from singing lucia-songs from yesterday… In the morning before dawn half of the choir from VasaGospel had the chance to do a ‘luciatåg’ for PEAB on Slakthusområdet in Stockholm. For those of you that are familiar to the butcher’s area it’s slightly further down the road from the club Slakthuset. Compared to previous visits in the neigbourhood this time the businesses in the houses nearby were at full scale. We did two performances and they were both very appreciated. One of the staff’s feedback was ‘When you sang ‘Dotter Sion’ I got goosebumps!’.
During the evening we were a smaller independent choir of seven people who did some lucia-songs in the big lighthall (see picture of the roof below) at Nobis Hotel, Norrmalmstorg. The acoustic in the hall was incredible and the crowd was packed with all sorts of people within the fashion industry. Host for the ‘glöggmys’ of the evening was one of Swedens leading fashion model agencies ‘Stockholmsgruppen’. We were kind of nervous and unprepared of the size of the event when we first walked in singing after the models who were dressed as a traditional luciatåg. But once we’d began singing it was all eased and went well. And the reviews we received afterwards were somehow unexpected… ‘We are more than content with your performance. You sounded so well!’ was our host’s comment afterwards and she also said that people had been talking very appreciating about our performance. It was a fun event to take part in and also introduced us to the wonderful venue of Nobis Hotel…