Sometimes I have to play at an opening or reception. Usually the audience listens to the music and the speeches, but sometimes they talk like in a bar. Of course that has to do with the setup - if the audience is sitting in rows, no problem. But if there are bare tables and drinks it's different.
Well-educated people wait until the program is over. But what can be done with the others? I don't want to tell them to shut up, but I don't want to waste my music as well. Any ideas?
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