25. October 2008 · Comments Off · Categories: Reviews

Sometimes reviewers write pretty odd stuff. Sometimes I just scratch my head. But still, they can be very entertaining.

Make absolutely no mistake about it, when the Acadiana Symphony Orchestra is hot, you can fry an egg on a trombone. From the first note, their latest concert proved to redefine musical excellence and coincidentally cause the Heymann’s thermostats to tremble.

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Since the audience was so enthusiastic in their appreciation, Maestro Smolij was unable to point out the superior solo work of a pair of his musicians, oboist Perry Trosclair and horn maestro Rod Lauderdale. Their work certainly added to the performance’s luster. Oh, and by the way, thanks for the “A,” Perry.

I found these here.

Perhaps I’ll write a real blog entry later. We’ll see. I’m a bit on the busy side today and tomorrow!

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