We live (rent) in a very rich community in CA. My daughter takes piano lessons 3 times a week from the Russian lady who lives (own house) in the community. In about 3 weeks there is a piano recital hosted by a very rich family. All other people coming to the recital are very rich, own homes in the community.
The teacher requested that we will be very well dressed (smoking for my husband and evening dress for me). My husband is a professor at nearby university and never wore a smoking. Moreover, I afraid he will refuse to wear smoking to this recital ( held in a very nice concert house by the ocean).
My daughter is looking forward to the recital, she was a visitor in one (but so much less formal). She plays her pieces very well, this is not a problem. All other children learn in other classes at school. She knows relatively well only one child (the teacher's daughter).
There is informal socialization after the recital and I don't know what to talk with those people. I do not know music very well, probably won't know any other pieces other than my daughter plays. I don't know what to speak with this people.
Any help or advice, since I do want to go, for my daughter. Help.
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