Being awed at Symphony Hall is not uncommon, but this exuberance was extraordinary:
The Handel and Haydn Society, one of America’s oldest performing arts groups, had just finished performing Mozart’s Masonic Funeral at Boston’s Symphony Hall, when a young child broke the silence with an exuberant “Wow!”
The awe in the child’s voice is so palpable and genuine that it won laughter and applause from the audience, and deeply touched the musicians.
— 99.5 WCRB, Classical Radio Boston (@995WCRB) May 7, 2019
The president of the Society wants to meet the kid and present her (or him; I can’t tell) with some goodies, including a recording of that very concert.