Sunday, October 11, 2015
Don't say you were not warned
In October 2008 a paying concertgoer explained here why he would be returning his tickets for Valery Gergiev's London Symphony Orchestra concerts.
Seven years later critic Andrew Clements writing in the Guardian reaches the conclusion that "Valery Gergiev has not served the London Symphony Orchestra well as their chief conductor".
As Virgil Thomson told us: "Never underestimate the public's intelligence, baby".
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