Talking of reaching new audiences


Even the Berlin Philharmonic started as a beer-hall orchestra.
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Pliable said…
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Well, why not, eh?

We all know Handel's Messiah premiered in an Irish Pub.

And how many times have there been performances of Carmina Burana in a church? (which also raises the possible venues for Catulli Carmina, but I believe you run a family blog, so I'll leave it at that).

Cheers
David Cavlovic
Unknown said…
Maybe some time when you're in New York you can hear my chorus doing Palestrina on the pavement or Josquin in the Park.

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