We’re so proud to announce that our very own Sera Golding, who visited the new teaching project in India recently, wowed the estimated 300,000 crowd in Hyde Park yesterday as part of the Royal Wedding Day Celebrations.
Sera’s band M.I.B. is one of the top UK function bands specialising in weddings and corporate entertainment and the excitement over the last weeks has been unbareable particularly as the organizers of the event wanted them to keep quiet about it.
For any event as big as this, it’s all about the dress you’re going to wear and Sera, her sister Rachael and the two female saxophone and trumpet players opted for the red/white and blue theme. It was a great excuse to wear a fascinator, made fashionable by Kate Middleton, aka the Duchess of Cambridge. Hair and makeup were done professionally and the girls (and the boys too!) all looked stunning!
The crowd were there to party and from the very first song the singing from the multitudes was amazing! Union Jacks were flying, dancing and even a conga was meandering through the crowds! Fans clamoured for photos and autographs with Sera and Rachael and they were treated like celebs! I hope the BBC will show the concert soon so we can all relive a great afternoon!
(Sera is hoping to return to Rajasthan with some of her fellow musicians to do some teaching at the project and help out at the boys orphanage as soon as things quieten down)
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