If a great musician plays great music and no one hears … was he any good?

Take one world-class musician. Have him perform during rush hour at a Washington, D.C. subway station. What would you think happens? Ganked.


  • Id says:

    You know, this is a very interesting experiment. I regret not knowing who Josh Bell is, nor am I particularly well versed in classical music. That said, I have walked by “The Red Violin” many times in Blockbuster thinking it would be interesting to rent. Now that I know that it is graced by the presence of one of the world’s foremost musicians I don’t think I will be questioning its value any more. That was a great read, thanks a lot.