just found out the first half of this weekend’s program (soberly entitled: music for a time of war) consists of 3, count ‘em, 1, 2, 3 super-serious pieces all strung together without applause in between. are you tellin’ me there’s gonna be an uninterrupted ives-adams-britten hat-trick?! yup, and i’ll tell you what: it’s gonna be intense. well, the beave shouldn’t be too surprised… as long as i’ve been going to the oregon symphony, coach kalmar has been cranking out some of the most emotional, thought-provoking, and downright brilliant programs ever devised. period. i’m such a lucky, lucky boy to have fallen head-over-heels in love with classical music in this city, with this band. in a word: wahoo!
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