We had a good audience including the heads of the Army and Police Bands and the bands and choir did us proud once more.
The concert also included some of the choir giving us a wonderful African dance and also a breathtaking Gymnastics display.
At the end the Brass For Africa team were given hand carved gifts as a thank you, mine had a lion with the Brass for Africa logo on it. I assume they chose the lion as I have no mane of hair of my own...
It was a swift turn around to head off to the Tender Talents Magnet School on the outskirts of Kampala. The bands and choir received a well earned meal of beef, rice and potatoes, not a meal they have too often at all before giving us a repeat performance in the brand new theatre built for Tender Talents.
It is a magnificent Theatre with a big stage and seating for at least 350 and I hope they can utilise this wonderful facility and make music grow even more in the Kampala region.
We all have a day off tomorrow, although I suspect the Mlisada Band will not be taking any time off, before returning for our final visit on Tuesday.