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from Greenville, South Carolina
We had a wonderful night at the Chris Botti concert . So much talent, and great song selections.
Carroll Morgan from Charlottesville, VA
IT'S NOT JUST THE MUSIC, IT'S THE MAN
Wonderful concert as always (our 4th). He is so gracious with the talent he brings in. What was the tenors name? Awesome! Unfortunately, the sound level was so loud at the Birchmere, that my wife and I decided to only see him in larger halls. Our ears hurt, and whose idea was it to shine bright white spot lights directly at the audience who has been sitting in the dark? Not cool.
from New York, New York
A BEAUTIFUL EVENING IN CENTRAL PARK WITH CHRIS BOTTI
Honestly my wife and I are not big jazz fans. For reasons, we couldn't make next weeks show with George Clinton and Parliament. But Chris Botti and his fellow musicians had us captivated. It was a beautiful evening. No regrets at all.
Sandra C. from West Palm Beach, Florida
TOO LOUD, BRIGHT LIGHT IN AUDIENCE’S EYES
Chris Botti and his band are very talented BUT the concert was unbearable because the sound, especially of his trumpet, was excruciatingly loud and hurtful to the eardrums. On top of this, a huge white light was turned onto the audience in the mezzanine! One couldn’t even look at the stage. This ruined the concert for us.
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