Posted December 6th, 2017, 06:42 PM
On our first crossing in Queen's Grill, in 2010 I believe, we shared a table of eight with Maestro Anthony Inglis. He attempted to conscript - oops, encourage - all of us to join his choir. My wife and I said it would be better for us to join the audience where our singing of Rule Britannia, Land of Hope and Glory, etc. would not be heard by others to the same extent. But there were four volunteers from our table.
If we ever again cross during one of the National Symphony's appearances I will take singing lessons. It looked like a lot of fun.