At six different venues, from 1pm to 8pm, my performance of the complete Bach cello suites went surprisingly well on 29th May at the 2011 Chorlton Arts Festival! People in Chorlton are amazing… some of my audience followed me from very beginning to the end, the whole way through… I received hundreds people best wishes… I noticed one of my audience, he was tearing since I played the first suite in the Horse and Jockey… but after the third suite finished at the radio station, he went to me say hello with a smiling face. He told me that one of his close friends just passed away recently and listen to the music helped him  to release his sadness… I was so touched by those people holding their umbrella standing in the rain watching me play, I can hear they were breathing with me; an old lady with her dog came to the cafe see me play the Bach, some young people study music at Manchester University asked me how to play Bach with less vibrato…

Mean while, I am happy for myself to achieve the goal, be able to play the complete Bach cello suites within one day course with such a feeling of freedom, I really felt I was flying with my cello, especaily when I was playing the No.6 suites! More importantly, I know the Bach can reach wide audience, and people like my idea that classical music is not far away from our lives. It is not only for connoisseurs and the concert hall, but also for every person, everywhere. I like to communicate with people in an intimate atmosphere, share all the joy I received from playing with them together…