Both our major projects recently held their debut performances and we’re delighted to report that both went brilliantly.
Bader’s Bus Company took off on their first public team flight on Wednesday 5th September, the anniversary of the death of Sir Douglas, at Blackbushe Airport. They pilots did themselves proud with a wonderfully tight performance and their enthusiasm for the project in subsequent interviews promises more to come. Media coverage will be published on the website shortly.
Bader’s Big Band followed with their inaugural public performance at the OHMI Gala Concert, part of the OHMI 2018 Conference and Awards, 2 days later in the prestigious Royal Birmingham Conservatoire. They performed brilliantly and to great audience acclaim. Again, a full report will follow.
In the meantime, our huge thanks and to all concerned for making these 2 big DBF dreams a reality and for their part in showing that it truly is not what you can’t do but what you can do that counts. As Steve Case has said:
You shouldn’t focus on why you can’t do something, which is what most people do. You should focus on why perhaps you can, and be one of the exceptions.
Congratulations to all the Bader’s Bus Company pilots and all the Bader’s Big Band musicians; you have proved that right in spades. We are so proud of all you have achieved.