#SOLC18 24/31: Celebrating: A Night at the Symphony

Tonight was Date Night, the final night on my 2 daughters’ choir tour. All of the kids were paired up, everyone dressed up, and we were off to a delicious Indian dinner followed by an evening at the Calgary Symphony.

The guest virtuoso was the incredible internationally known violinist, Phillipe Quint. He was the featured soloist for Brahms Violin Concerto in D Major. It was a stunning performance!

As I read the detailed description of the evening’s pieces in the symphony program, I began to see found poems emerge.

14 thoughts on “#SOLC18 24/31: Celebrating: A Night at the Symphony

  1. carwilc says:

    It’s interesting how one type of art, music, brought out another type of art for you. I’m always amazed when people can “find” a poem within another text. I’m never very successful at that!

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  2. lindabaie says:

    Lovely to respond to that wonderful concert with your own poetry. It really does sound like an extraordinary evening. I like the thought of “substantial rather than showy” and mermaids seem to stay in sad and romantic lives, don’t they?

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