I'd like your opinion on something. Nigel Kennedy is coming to Perth in March to perform Vivaldi's Four Seasons concertos. It's being held in an outdoor venue (Kings Park). What I want to ask is whether it would be worth paying the $70 to go and see.
To my mind, it's a lot of money (considering that A reserve tickets to a concert in the Concert Hall would cost about $30), but I'm not likely to get a chance to see Nigel Kennedy again.
What do you think? Should I see Kennedy, or save my money and put it into a recording or three?
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