Its only been 3 weeks. Yes 3 weeks, since we decided to plunge into planning a trip to Paris. I'm still pinching myself, and can't quite believe that we have already booked air tickets (Malaysia Airlines !). In fact, the amount of things that have happened in the last few weeks have happened so quickly and efficiently, that I am not even sure if it has been a mere 3 weeks at all. (just checked the diary to make sure).
We spent a bit of time in March working on an application for the New Zealand France Friendship fund. Described on their website as having ""...the aim of promoting friendly relations between the citizens of the two countries...", we decided to apply with the goal of bringing contemporary NZ music to France and vice-versa. To be honest, we spent a good few weeks mulling it over, writing the application, making a website, taking photos, writing draft itineraries, recording demos and liaising with some French contacts. Oh, and practicing... did we mention practicing? We finally sent the application off, and promptly got on with our busy lives.
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Fast forward 4 months, and we received the news that our application had, to an extent, been successful. We were offered funds equivalent to around half of a plane ticket each. We digested this news for a couple of weeks before meeting for a rehearsal. Not suprisingly, our instruments remained snugly in their cases that night, as we discussed the pros and cons of the opportunity at hand. All being sensible types (ahem), our list of 'cons' ended up to be quite extensive... BUT, ultimately half of an air ticket and an opportunity is not easy to pass up. And - its PARIS! Three of us have never set foot in Europe. We've played classical music for years, most of our lives, but have never been close to the part of the world where it originated.