|Re: dinner music?||<– Date –> <– Thread –>|
|From: Michael Donovan (editoreventsnews.com)|
|Date: Fri, 8 Dec 2000 09:54:35 -0700 (MST)|
on 12/8/00 7:50 AM, Ed_Stauff [at] avid.com at Ed_Stauff [at] avid.com wrote: > One of my recurring ideas for cohousing (our development is still in > the planning stages) is to have *live* music as often as possible > during common meals. I love the idea of soft classical or jazz or > folk music playing while I eat dinner, and I also love the idea of > giving the musicians in the community a regular opportunity to perform > for an audience (even if it is "musical wallpaper"). I definitely > feel that the musician(s) should be located at one end or corner of > the dining room, so that those who want to listen can sit closer, and > those who don't can sit farther away. And no amplification, of course. > > How do others feel about this? > > -- Ed, Northern Vermont Cohousing I also have envisioned live music during meals, at least at special meals, when affordable. Perhaps even selecting music that seems appropriate for the menu: ethnic performers for ethnic menus, or a harpist for an occasional sit-down special meal. Michael Donovan Village in the City Cohousing St. Louis MO
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