Wednesday, March 30, 2011: Your Feedback
Last week we published our first series of articles explaining some of the basics of classical music and concerts. If you missed it, it’s still not too late. Just scroll down the page to read any of the articles in our “Spring” series.
Now we’d like to know what you think about them. Is this kind of information interesting and helpful for you?
Please let us know by taking our poll, below. Of course, you can always let us know your opinion and suggestions by responding in the discussion boxes at the bottom of every Opus Osm article. You can also write us a private email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
We’re always glad to hear your comments and suggestions!
And now for your results from our earlier poll, published February 23rd:
What did readers suggest as ways to increase audience attendance at performances? (Poll #3)
Interesting! The answers were precisely evenly split among three choices:
– Have more performances in the daytime or on weekends; and
– Hire nicer theatre workers; and
– Modernize the repertoire.
Additional comments: Have better public relations. (We suspect this means better advance publicity about upcoming events.)
That’s a problem that Opus Osm is working to solve. Constantly. With your feedback and continued readership, we can continue to improve and strengthen media relations with various sources of classical music, opera, and ballet.
Help us keep on with the work by answering the poll below. Thanks!