“No, I haven’t been there yet, or rather I haven’t looked at it yet. But I still have enough time, after all I live here…”.
I have felt caught in this or that way at times when asked whether I know “this” or “that” and what I can say about it and whether it is worth going there… Well, apparently it doesn’t matter whether it is the restaurant on the next street corner, the gallery exhibition in the next building over, over, over or the opera house called the Semper Opera: many things that seem so close are sometimes further away than you think. But if you set foot outside the door, you’re right in the middle of it… In conclusion, it’s fitting to say: “Good things come to those who wait”. And always happy to do it again!
The following classical pieces were performed as part of the 3rd performance evening of the Sächsische Staatskapelle Dresden:
- Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, Symphony in G minor K. 183,
- Antonín Dvořák, Romance for Violin and Orchestra in F minor op. 11 and
- Béla Bartók, Divertimento for String Orchestra Sz 113