Friday, March 02, 2007

More Seattle Symphony dirt

Anonymous said...

The Sea Symph just announced their ticket prices for the 2007-08 season. Benaroya will probably be the only concert hall in the world that charges more (MUCH more) to sit in the 3rd tier than in the 2nd tier; in fact it will be as much as a seat in the prime part of the "Orchestra" seating area. Is someone "nuts" at Benaroya or simply trying evily to bankrupt the Symphony?????

11:33 AM

Melinda Bargreen writes about this in this morning's Mar 2 Seattle Times

Your product isn't selling so you raise prices and alienate your best customers??

This is definately in accordance with my beliefs of SSO's continuing deterioration.



Anonymous Anonymous said...

Right on!!!! Great commentary on a VERY sad state!!!!

2:39 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Thanks for the suggestion we read M. Bargreen on the SeaSymph's crazy pricing, especially on the 3rd Tier! BUT her article on this, which I found on the internet at is in the March 1 issue, not the March 2 issue as your blogspot indicated. This March 1 Bargreen is a must-read!!

3:06 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Sorry!!!! You had it right!!!! I just re-read your blog and you did write "March 2"!! However, if this mistake of mine draws more attention to the Bargreen article, so much the better!

3:09 AM  
Blogger butch said...

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10:02 AM  

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