I've wanted for more than 20 years to attend a Mozart Festival concert, and this year I finally made it. The Woodstock Opera House is a grand old (1889) building and an intimate concert venue. I can't imagine there's a bad seat in the house. My actual seat was quite uncomfortable because of a steel bar across the back of the cushion. There seemed to be no way my tailbone could avoid this steel bar. This was minor in the grand scheme of things because everything else was so delightful. The ushers were friendly, the orchestra accomplished, featured musicians amazing. We were close enough to see the expressions on the animated conductor's face, and I think probably every patron could be part of the action from any seat on the main floor or balcony. Parking was easy, too. Would love to attend more concerts here.
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