What we mean is a situation, when majority of the audience is made up of people, for whom attending a classical music concert is a matter of habit and a spiritual necessity. We would need to learn preferences of the presenter, listing of compositions performed in this series for the last season or two and, when appropriate, what else is done in town in the field of classical music.
Examples of compositions, which we would propose for such audiences run from seldom done works by the most familiar names, such as Beethoven, Tchaikovsky or Shostakovich to unjustly forgotten wonderful composers of the past, such as romantics Niels Gade or Carl Reinecke, and from iconic names of composers of the 20th and 21st centuries, such as Bartok, Schnittke or Corigliano to relatively unknown composers, writing today, including those, writing on commission from Chamber Orchestra Kremlin.
Participation of the presenter in designing the program is essential. Inquiries are welcome.