...then you can't have any cheesecake until AFTER the concert!
Yeah, that's my advice. My friend David plays with the Atlanta Wind Symphony (AWS) so I was glad I got to see him perform this past weekend. Narration about the growth of AWS through 30 seasons accompanied Sunday's performance that recreated AWS's very first concert and I got to know this symphony a little better. Elaborate, you say? Well, ok, trombonist Merle Knotts has performed (and still is) with the AWS for its entire 30 year history. Here is a rendition of the song the AWS played to close the concert... Prokofiev's Opus 99 (this is the Dobcross Band). It's so bright and upbeat, I just can't stop whistling it. The AWS performs this concert again at 4pm on October 25th at Chamblee First United Methodist Church.
And the food.... well, cheesecake, of course! You don't think I made that up, do you? The Cheesecake Factory provided cheesecakes for the concert in celebration of their 30th anniversary, too.