After all of the social events and tours, I finally saw a performance in Steinmetz Hall. The Orlando Philharmonic did Carmina Burana along with college and child choirs. You may not know the name, but you know the music composed by Carl Orff. I describe it as three and a half minutes of the most exciting music ever composed. There were more than 150 people in that room to make that music, and there's nothing like it.
And what an extraordinary room it is. The science that isolates that hall is incredible, and all of those sounds, unamplified, fill your head. What an experience.