I just ran across this article in the NY Times by John Rockwell entitled Turn-Ons: Classical Concerts. Turnoffs: Sticker-Shock Tickets. We seem to have similar opinions about the inflated cost of orchestra tickets.
Here’s a teaser: “Museums attract the young because people know they are a good deal: low prices for everyone, and once you’re in, you’re equal to everyone else.”
What are you waiting for? Go read the rest of his article