For those in peril in the audience

'The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra will perform the entire Titanic Requiem, forming an immersive concert experience featuring groundbreaking holographic projections created by Giuseppe Raffa.'
That extract comes from a press release about Robin Gibb's Titanic Requiem sent by Rebecca Davis Public Relations. I cannot decide if the humour is intentional, but suspect not as the sender is a New York PR agency - an animal not renown for its nuanced wit. Classical music is on cruise control elsewhere.

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