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Buckeyes win thanks to Classical Music!

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    This is all tongue and cheek, of course, but I’d love your support – especially from all you sports and music fans.

    I don’t work for the Columbus Symphony Orchestra, but it’s a great arts organization in downtown Columbus. I have been to a handful of concerts and plan to be there this Saturday for the final performance of the season. Will you please join me?

    For once – I’d love to see my entire section full. The rear balcony only holds about 500 seats, but we’re lucky if 50-75 are even filled! That’s 10-15% capacity!

    I was asked to write an article, posted this past Friday, in which I gave credit to the Buckeyes’ success in football and basketball teams to classical music. Sure it’s tongue in cheek, but in an effort to support my favorite local arts organization, the Columbus Symphony Orchestra, would you please help me fill the rear balcony of the Ohio Theatre this Saturday? Tickets are $25 each and State House parking is $5) I’m just a fan, but I would love to see far fewer empty seats – at least for the final concert!

    Here’s the link: http://www.adaptistration.com/blog/2013/04/26/tafto-2013-contribution-heather-brown/

    If you could at least please leave comments (friendly comments only, please) in support of the CSO, that would be great! Heck – if you could share the link on your FB pages and Twitter, that would be great, too!

    Thanks so much! I really appreciate it!

    Heather

    (a.k.a. the Itinerant Knitter)

    Twitter: ItinerantKnittr (without the last E)

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    ItinerantKnitter said:
    This is all tongue and cheek, of course, but I’d love your support – especially from all you sports and music fans.

    I don’t work for the Columbus Symphony Orchestra, but it’s a great arts organization in downtown Columbus. I have been to a handful of concerts and plan to be there this Saturday for the final performance of the season. Will you please join me?

    For once – I’d love to see my entire section full. The rear balcony only holds about 500 seats, but we’re lucky if 50-75 are even filled! That’s 10-15% capacity!

    I was asked to write an article, posted this past Friday, in which I gave credit to the Buckeyes’ success in football and basketball teams to classical music. Sure it’s tongue in cheek, but in an effort to support my favorite local arts organization, the Columbus Symphony Orchestra, would you please help me fill the rear balcony of the Ohio Theatre this Saturday? Tickets are $25 each and State House parking is $5) I’m just a fan, but I would love to see far fewer empty seats – at least for the final concert!

    Here’s the link: http://www.adaptistration.com/blog/2013/04/26/tafto-2013-contribution-heather-brown/

    If you could at least please leave comments (friendly comments only, please) under that blog posting in support of the CSO, that would be great! Heck – if you could share the link on your FB pages and Twitter, that would be great, too!

    Thanks so much! I really appreciate it!

    Heather

    (a.k.a. the Itinerant Knitter)
    Twitter: ItinerantKnittr (without the last E)

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