Tuesday wasn’t all that exciting at work. There’s a thing that has to get done that we can’t do, and it’s proceeding at a really glacial pace.
Anyhow, a longer description of the concert Monday night: The theatre was packed. That only figures, since apparently the concert was free. The Tempe Orchestra holds 4 free concerts a year. They played the Karelia Suite, The Sorcerer’s Apprentice, a piano/orchestra piece by Chopin, and Rhapsody in Blue by Gershwin. They played with a lot of passion, though I heard them make a couple of small mistakes. But it was fun to hear some music that I’d never heard before.
There was no trivia on Tuesday. I learned this right before I was going to leave; John texted everyone at about 6:30pm. There was no trivia because the Suns were in the playoffs Tuesday night. So instead of going to trivia, I watched the game at home, which was fun because the Suns were winning as of 9:01pm.