Subscribers to the Thrupiece Philharmonic's Digital Concert Hall subscription service - the online music streaming portal which beams the orchestra's concerts into your home and "puts you in the thick of it" - are to be offered an extraordinary preview of the 2018/19 season long before it even gets underway. Recorded during last Season's concerts, the preview is available only to those who attended the concerts when they were first given in 2017/18.
Critics of the TPO's programming policy under Chief Conductor and Music Director Maestra Irina Legova fear a sense of deja vu in her second season in charge.
Launching the new season - which will be available as a live stream in 0.5K Threadbone Laboratories "Semi-digital" on a pay per listen basis via the Threadbone Narrow Band Dial-up service - TPO General Manager Ms Jacqueline du Threadbone assured the general public that, despite the "strong congruence and general affinity" between the two seasons they were nevertheless in for a "unique experience". To music lovers she had this message: "Last year we explored the range of Ms Legova's repertoire and the limits of the Orchestra's capabilities not to mention the extent of our audience's patience. In the process we learned a great deal not least the very great truth in George Santayana's famous dictum that "Those who do not remember their past are condemned to repeat their mistakes". We've quite forgotten last season and hope our audiences will have done so as well. So we are quite confident that this season the mistakes will take car of themselves."
Experience the TPO Digital Concert Hall for yourself: HERE
A preview of the preview is available to those aged 52 or over below:
The work of newly established Threadbone Design Studios of Great Heaving and their chief graphic and visual image engineers Maurice and Charles MacPro is evident in the rebranding. Art Critic Wota Buggers-Muddle is not convinced.