The Saskatoon Strings and Saskatoon Youth Orchestra teamed up with our very own P.A. Strings Orchestra who, in turn, accompanied a massed P.A. Choir.
So very good.
My friends, Linea, Joanne and Fiona were part of the production too.
I love music like that. It made me want to join a choir.....or something.
And then a few of us enjoyed a good tea time (and dessert!!) afterwards at Humpty's.
Husband was glad he came! Except next time, I will look after the tickets. He had them in his pocket and he announced "Row M", Seats 24 and 25. O.K. Row M was the very last row on the main floor but anywhere you sit, the acoustics are so good that it all sounds great. So that was fine. Row M it was.
We went for a bit of spirits during intermission. Upon looking casually once more at our tickets, turns out we were supposed to be in Row G.....NOT Row M. Good thing someone didn't come and tell us to move when we first went in...it could have been more than a little humiliating. (I could envision a huge fist fight breaking out over those seats....."No, WE have Row M, 24 and 25"....."well, I'm sorry but WE have those seats".....no you don't!!!......yes we do!!!! ......WHAM....SOCK......POW........#!%^&*)+ ..............as husband pulls out tickets showing Row G, 24 and 25.......as ushers escort us out of the building........).
Following intermission, we slinked back down in Row M, where our coats rested. There was no one on either side of us, so we had a bit more elbow room. But, when we glanced down to Row G, yep, there were our seats sitting all empty and looking quite forlorn.
Next time we'll ask for Row M...........and sit in Row G. Ya just gotta' have a bit of fun now and then.