The Night Shift is all about being able to
enjoy great music in a relaxed atmosphere,
so it strips away all those usual ‘rules’ of
classical concerts. You can bring a drink
in, get up to go get one, and don’t have to
worry about clapping in the wrong place.
The important thing is the music.

Read here.

Of course it could be that clapping covers up the music if one claps in the wrong place. So the “important thing” might not get heard. Huh.

I do like the idea of playing “in a relaxed atmosphere”. When things are more relaxed it makes things a bit easier for me. I really wish that wasn’t the case, but there you go.


  1. Unrelated to the subject of this post, but I have finally written 6 things about myself, if you’re curious!

  2. I have to comment!
    Wouldn’t it be nice if they’d open up a McDonalds in the main exhibit rooms of fine art museum? And why can’t I have my picture taken in front of some of the major works? In fact, I’ve got some good ideas for rearranging Picasso’s, they’re so messy. That would really be a relaxed atmosphere, and people can still enjoy the art.