We are so thankful she said something about it!
We entered an almost packed lecture hall (and we were there 20 minutes early) and found some seats next to some high schoolers. There were people of all ages from 1st graders to the elderly.
|You see a lot of elderly here, but I can assure you, there was an even number of youth there.|
Paper airplanes (or Cerf-volants) were being launched by random people while everyone was finding a seat. We made some paper airplanes too out of some scrap paper I found in my purse. They didn't fly very far. Too small and the paper was too heavy, we think.
Looking at the program, we realized that this was not going to be an ordinary music concert.
|From classical music to tv show music, it was a great lineup. Also, it stated that this program could be recycled as a paper airplane. Awesome|
A man asked if there were any black holes. He was given one: something black that had a hole in it.
A man asked for "Une baguette de chef d'orchestre" whereupon another man produced a baguette of bread for the conductor. In French, "baguette" can be the baton or the bread.
|A nun, a pretty lady, a tv host, Time, and Math all meet in a gym (the start of a bad joke)|
|Dupont and Dupond, from Tintin made an appearance|
Then, the conductors came out with the drums guy.
|The conductors and the percussianist|
Cool! Oh yeah, remember those pieces of TP up above? They were our voting cards.
|We held up the color we wanted in order to vote. I even got to get the meteor in the left-hand corner.|
|They all look like scientists!|
And here is the band during Mission Impossible.