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Sunday, 07/13/03

Jen's job at the Seattle Symphony means a windfall of free tickets to various Benaroya events as long as she wants to put up with phone sales (though a congenial environment, as far as phone sales goes). The season just ended for the year, with Nadja Salerno-Sonnenberg and the taciturn Assad Brothers.

I re-learned that the violin is not the least bit hateful in the right hands, and that Charlie Chaplin composed a number of songs whose provenance I had never considered (include "Smile", which I'd only heard performed by Lyle Lovett). A fine Seattle night out, followed on a whim by the monstrous, overpowering Two Dagos Caesar salad on the walk home. 03:34PM «


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