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Posted by Patricia Zimmermann at 12:52AM   |  9 comments

Blog posting written by Jairo Geronymo, pianist, Nurnberg, Germany


The Berlin Wall fell on November 9th, 1989.

Twenty years later 31 heads of state (current and past) gathered in Berlin to celebrate this historical occasion.  Everybody from Hillary Clinton, Russian President Medvedev and...

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Posted by Patricia Zimmermann at 3:55AM   |  17 comments

Blog written by Jairo Geronymo, pianist, Nurnberg, Germany

Large cities often struggle with a contingent of people living on the fringe. In Europe, they often migrate from other countries; only the next generation will function within the society like...

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Posted by Patricia Zimmermann at 1:30PM   |  19 comments

Blog posting written by Jairo Geronymo, pianist, Nurnberg, Germany


I recently learned that Sao Luis do Maranhao, a large, beautiful city in the northern coast of Brazil, founded by the French, (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sao_Luis,_Maranhao) has become a mecca for child prostitution. 

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Blog posting written by Jairo Geronymo, pianist, Nurnberg, Germany
 
On November 8th,  I will play  a program entitled Three Trios, Three Players, Three Lands  with two of my colleagues.  

The program at the Rathaus Schoneberg, the City Hall of West Berlin and now a...

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Posted by Patricia Zimmermann at 11:09AM   |  3 comments

Blog posting written by Jairo Geronymo, pianist, Nurnberg, Germany
 
I do not drink alcohol but I am a member of the Martini Mafia.


The president of the Martini Mafia, Charles*, a retired piano professor and the owner of the largest collection of portraits of Queen Elizabeth II outside England, has introduced me to Sarah.  Sarah studied piano with...

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