It was an incredible experience to come back to the Foundling Museum playing with trombonist Carla Sabater Segurana (as part of the Young Spanish Performers Concert Series) and on the same day, conducting the world premiere of Ricardo Lorenz's fantastic piece Cacerola Soul.
Moreover, it was amazing to see the entire Purcell Room standing and singing along Pots Pans, the Pans the Pots, the People! (Cacerola Soul's riff) encouraged from the stage by Omar Puente, the Latin Chamber Ensemble and myself.
A truly remarkable concert organized by ILAMS and tour de force for everyone involved due to the wide ranging repertoire and the amount of players and singers involved. But when I saw the audience singing with us as they did, I knew we had done it right!