Distractions like these, are, of course, the chief reason why I haven't got around to blogging about my Montana trip yet. But it will come. In the meantime, the NY Times points me to an even more over the top concert performance:
On Sunday, in a perverse commentary on the scourge of modern concert halls,
the Chicago Sinfonietta played the world premiere of the Concertino for Cellular
Phones and Symphony Orchestra by David N. Baker, a professor of music at Indiana University and a prolific composer.
Good stuff. Another couple of years of this and the world should be ready for Falstaff's Symphony 1.