Another evening full of beautiful music and a completely different Sunday night program than usual:
A concert by Anton Bruckner’s Symphony No. 8 C-Moll conducted by Zubin Mehta, an impressive personality and by far the most beautiful concert I’ve ever been to. I’m not lying – this is real music. Not something I’d preferably hear at a club but something that deeply touched me. Together with the best grannies this world has seen, I’ve been able to sit in the second row again, therefore had a perfect view on the artists. The whole concert just lasted for one hour and a half, which I find a good time to sit and listen – other than this I would have gone a little nervous most probably. That’s actually something I experienced in these past two days. It seems as everything is so fast, changing and constantly moving – nothing is really existing for a longer period and there’s no real time to deeply enjoy something. Not that I’d complain about it but it’s a little surprising how quickly I could get nervous just from silently sitting in a hall and listening to something for a longer period than some song of Avicii could last.
As the concert ended, I couldn’t stop feeling excited – the pride and meanwhile the passion Mehta turned to the audience was not to overlook. An impressive evening.
I finally went for the full outfit consisting of the coat I’ve been already wearing and the matching dress. The mixture of the tweed-like material and the lace are once again building a classy but meanwhile catchy contrast. I couldn’t resist but to take my beloved earrings again… and please note that I’m proudly presenting you the 20th time I’m trying some curls (and can actually show it to the rest of the world).
Dress: D&G by Dolce & Gabbana
Coat: D&G by Dolce & Gabbana
Shoes: Christian Louboutin
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