A roof-wetting event for a new local retail store was held in this under-construction site. To add a bit of charm to the place, antique cars were parked on the site and drew much attention with guests taking advantage of photo opportunities!
Way up high a tender feel-good tune rings out on electric violin while text, projected onto the long skirt sends motivational messages to the audience. EthAerial Violin making a statement at a recent IIG ( Insurance Institute ) Awards Event. A link to the event is available here :https://fb.watch/9rmCUVkcI1/
A performance for internal staff awards event at The University of Johannesburg was the lovely cosy spot for tonight’s event. The campus grounds were lush with the Jacarandas just coming into bloom.
It was the first evening that the staff of the department had all been in the same room since the start of the pandemic, making for a warm , joyful mood as guests caught up and as one guest remarked -she was so happy to be dressed up to the nines again!
Tucked into the valley of the majestic Berg mountains this lovely spot is a perfect way to start off the new year. This event is for a company setting their compass for the year. I too am looking forward to a walk in the fresh mountain air when my violin performance is done.
Philips Live this week was an inspiring activation by Philips of their Access to Care units that they are rolling out to service remote areas.
This opening sequence of visuals and live violin performance portrayed the dynamic and live aspect that new technologies are bringing to healthcare.
The Mercedes Benz Long Service Awards was a touching event to sing and perform violin for. One particular prize-winner told this story as the highlight of his career. As part of a manufacturing plant for Mercedes Benz back in 1993, he and the other workers were excited about the upcoming release from prison of Nelson Mandela. They decided as a group to build a red Mercedes Benz for him upon his release. Without extra pay the workers added an additional hour to their working day in which to complete the car. This man has since stayed on at Mercedes Benz and worked in much higher positions. I was struck by how much a difference one’s actions can make, no matter how humble your station may be.