When they realized that the ship with their costumes and sets was still somewhere in the Atlantic, they ran out to a mall in Dallas, their first U.S. stop, and bought what they needed to stage three less elaborate pieces. The French company didn’t disappoint … though gray buckets, used a makeshift props in one dance, suggested that after the show, they were going to do some spackling.
La Jolla Music Society
()*& #$it! Are you kidding me? A last minute announcement caused more than a few people to scramble and swear like sailors…C’est la vie…
Pianist András Schiff stopped by La Jolla’s Sherwood Auditorium Friday (Feb. 20) evening to amuse and enlighten his loyal San Diego followers with a traditional program of sonatas by Haydn, Mozart, Beethoven and Schubert. . .
The program headlined the Rotterdam Philharmonic, but I daresay most of the La Jolla Music Society’s audience Friday at Copley Symphony Hall came to see the exuberant French-Canadian conductor, Yannick Nézet-Séguin . . .
“…the guys’ response was, ‘oh no, I’m touching a ballerina!’ They weren’t used to that. There was a big intimidation factor for all of us. It was unexpected. I was really nervous. They were nervous. Some of the guys were more comfortable getting close and inter-twined…”