Today’s guest blog post is written by Natalie Sullivan, Assistant Marketing Manager, Content and Social Media, Patron Technology.
I am a millennial who is very ingrained in the arts. Not a week goes by where I don’t attend some sort of live performance. That said, there is one large subset of the performing arts world that I have found really hard to get into: classical music. Between the “stuffy” stigma and generally high (for me) ticket prices when I could go to a hip comedy show or off-Broadway musical for less than half the price, I have just not been enticed to go! The closest I have come to purchasing a ticket for a classical music concert since moving to New York four years ago is paying for “Mozart in the Jungle” on Amazon.
But, this all might change because of an article I stumbled upon this past weekend entitled, Uber, But For Millennials Who Want Orchestras in Their Living Rooms from Wired. Read the Article