Give us more choice
“It’s good to know that the concerts being held in Dundee’s Slessor Gardens are proving such a success,” writes a regular Craigie reader.
“However, I think the schedulers are missing a trick by not widening the musical scope of the events.
“There are a lot of people who don’t like rock and pop, which seems to be the Slessor Gardens staple, but so far they are not being catered for.
“For instance, what about having a country and western evening, or easy listening music, or traditional jazz?
“Other options are operatic classical ‘pops’ – nothing too heavy.
“The musical scene is so delightfully varied, yet all the public gets at Slessor Gardens is rock and pop!”
What do you think? What kind of music would you like to be played at the concerts at Slessor Gardens? We’d love to hear. or
“Why must restaurants and cafes play any music? People have gone out to enjoy the food and to chat with their companions – not to listen to what is often rubbish music.
“Many a time I’ve wished I could switch off the unnecessary background music.”
Do you enjoy hearing music when you’re eating out? Let us know.
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