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).

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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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