Read this paragraph:

The evening began with a neat programming mix of Rossini’s “William Tell” Overture and Shostakovich’s Symphony No. 15, which quotes the overture’s famous “Lone Ranger” theme. But the most enjoyable part of the Rossini was the sunrise section for oboe and English horn. On its reprise, a lilting obbligato was added with playful assuredness by principal flutist Jeffrey Khaner.

Now tell me: is something wrong with that paragraph? I think there are several things that are wrong, but one is pretty shocking.

Back later with my thoughts.

(Full article here.)