A day off in Shanghai

The group gathered for a group shot on the Bund on the way to the Museum

The group gathered for a group photo on the Bund in Shanghai, on the way to the Museum

July 26 was a great day to unwind: no more concerts to prepare for, just a full day for the Philharmonia members to explore Shanghai, shop, and enjoy each other’s company before everyone departed for various parts of the world. The day began and ended with organized activities: a trip to Shanghai Museum in the morning, and a Farewell dinner at the hotel at night. (The dinner will have a separate blog).

The Shanghai Museum contains spectacular collections of art and artificacts from Chinas long history

The Shanghai Museum contains spectacular collections of art and artifacts from China's long history

Liz Muller, former Yale staff member now living in Nanjing, with her son Leo and Doctor James Perlotto. Lizs husband, John Michael Muller, joined the orchestra for all four concerts in Korea and China.

Liz Muller, former Yale staff member now living in Nanjing, with her son Leo and Doctor James Perlotto at the Museum. Liz's husband, John Michael Muller, joined the orchestra for all four concerts in Korea and China.

The museum has a fine collection of porcelain

The museum has a fine collection of porcelain

There is an entire area dedicated to fine bronzes like this one

There is an entire area dedicated to fine bronzes like this one

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