Monthly Archives: August 2009

Too busy to smell the roses. Or hear the music.

There is an email travelling around cyberspace again that tells the story of how a world renowned violinist once played some of the most beautiful (and challenging) classical music ever composed on a priceless, nearly 300 year old Stradivari violin for nearly an hour and was virtually unnoticed by the 1,100 people who heard him.   The thing is, this performance wasn’t for a nattily dressed, captive audience paying hundreds of dollars a ticket in an acoustical gem of a […]