Classical music app to send programme notes to your phone as orchestra plays

THE TELEGRAPH

Classical music-lovers are not famous for their tolerance of distractions during a concert.

Anyone who has been tutted at for turning the pages of their programme too loudly may be permitted a wry smile at news of the latest innovation: an app which texts notes straight to ticket-holders’ phones.

http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/2017/06/26/classical-music-app-send-programme-notes-phone-orchestra-plays/

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