Gerald Carpenter: Santa Barbara Symphony to String Us Along

There are 1 comment on the Feb 20, 2010, Noozhawk story titled Gerald Carpenter: Santa Barbara Symphony to String Us Along. In it, Noozhawk reports that:

The Santa Barbara Symphony calls its next brace of concerts - at 8 p.m. Saturday and 3 p.m. Sunday at The Granada - "Double Treble." The title is both a play on the catchphrase "double trouble" and a reference to the featured violinists.

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Swami Itchitendanda

Buellton, CA

#1 Feb 25, 2010
"Double Treble", with a picture of two young women and the word Symphony nowhere to be found. I thought it was a pop concert. Stupid.
Our Symphony is fantastic. How about we go with that and save the silly slogans for chewing gum and toilet cleaners?
Sure I might go because of the Soloists but it's the Program that will make me decide. Do we have to hide the fact that it is classical music? Yeeesh!
Don't get me started on how Jazz has become quite literally "Non-Profit".
Support local music!
-D'Swami

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