The line between order and disorder lies in logistics (Sun Tzu)
My Bach concerts are only two days away, and I AM READY!
Postcards printed and mailed – Check!
News releases distributed – Check!
Interviews with media – Check!
Tickets printed and pre-orders inserted into envelopes – Check!
Volunteers recruited to move pews, sell tickets and usher – Check!
Ushers name badges made – Check!
Programs printed – Check!
Recording arrangements confirmed – Check!
Choral editions distributed to choristers – Check!
Concert dress purchased and ironed – Check!
New organ shoes bought and broken in – Check!
Music learned – Check! <== That’s the important one!
A number of people have asked how the ticketing will work, so here is the scoop: If you bought tickets through the website, www.agohawaii.org, your tickets will be available at the Will Call table. If you ordered the series, tickets for both concerts will be enclosed in the envelope. The August 18th concerts are WHITE; the August 25th tickets are SALMON. Tickets will also be sold at the door, and you can pay with cash, a check or a credit card.
Parking: The parking lot directly behind the church will be reserved for elderly and disabled, Ample parking is available on the large parking lot on Poki Street, one-half block mauka of the church.
BRING IT ON!
(This post mysteriously disappeared, so I’m re-posting it again. Sorry for the inconvenience!)