20. July 2007 · Comments Off on Rush Hour · Categories: Ramble

I just landed here and I am going to be thinking about this idea for a good long time, I think. Part of me thinks that we can’t be all things to all people — that some folks won’t like it no matter what the site says. But the noisier part of me says, “Hey, I’d like to do this! Why can San Jose do something like this? Pick me! Pick me!”

Because, really, we all want people to like what we do and play. Even though we are told that classical music is dead or dying, isn’t relevant, and won’t appeal to certain people.

Because, truth be told, (most of us) love what we do and play. I can’t explain to you what it feels like to enjoy and play wonderful music with my friends. I can’t tell you what music does to the all of me. I can’t tell you the joy and the sorrow and the delight … and of course more … that music can bring. I can only play music and hope it does the same for you.

So anyway, if you live in Chicago, and if you want a free concert, and if you like things short and sweet (the concert isn’t long, and they offer you some food too!) check ’em out. And then comment here so I know you went.

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