13. December 2008 · Comments Off · Categories: Links, Other People's Words

“I had a nice rehearsal with the orchestra last night. For me, it’s a great pleasure to work with them,” he says. “Obviously, they enjoy the music. They enjoy the work, and they’re excited to be there.

“They don’t have any of that longtime professional quietude,” he continues, with a soft laugh. “They’re overtly energized and very excited about what they’re doing.”

-Leonard Nimoy

I read it here.

Hmmm. Does he really mean “quietude” … or might he mean “laziness” or “lack of caring”. :-)

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