Mostly Mozart

At Lincoln Center. With Joshua Bell playing Mozart violin concert No 4 and after the intermission, Beethoven’s 8th, which I went for. There’s a pre concert @ 6pm.  However, we preferred the wine bar instead after the Met and the Park.

People sit on Lincoln Ristorante, enjoying the gorgeous day.

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We haven’t been there for a few years and now they put concert going on stage – it’s great that they’re selling out. It’s a wonderful program:

  • Mendelssohn overture to a midsummer night’s dream
  • Mozart violin concert No 4
  • Beethoven voture to Coriolan
  • Beethoven symphony No 8

An old lady put her plastic bag on her lap which made annoying noise as she fidgeted. I asked her to put it on the floor, she didn’t understand my Chinglish. When I complaint to the usher, she said: “I’ll have to witness it.”
“Please be my guest.” I said.
“But I can’t be inside.” She replied.
Oh man. What did that leave me?
She then told me to talk to the manager, who was an orchestra usher turn manager. We’ve a little chat before the second half began.
The sky is so blue, that, made up for everything…

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Lincoln Center movie is showing Equity about Wall Street (women, especially … don’t let money be a dirty word …) which, is, a surprise to me. I’ve the trailer being played at the regular movie theater recently: so wondering why does it end up at Lincoln?

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