We attended the Saturday night performance of Verdi's requiem. We had seats in the 2nd balcony. If you haven't been to the BSO, you are missing one of the great concert halls in the United States. My *only* complaint is about the lack of restrictions on attire. The gentleman, and I am using that word lightly, next to me wore black and white track pants, a colorful t-shirt, a bright orange hoodie and a pin that read, "It sucks to be me" to the symphony. I'm not asking that the BSO mandate dinner jackets and cocktail dresses. But dress pants and a tie would be nice.
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