Here at the Englert, we pride ourselves on our programming, customer service, and environment. As a nonprofit performing arts center, our top priority from when you walk in our doors is to give you your best experience possible.
Beginning February 2016, we will email a brief survey to audience members the day after each of our Englert series events. We hope you will take a moment to share your thoughts. A selection of comments (the good, the bad, and the constructive!) will be shared in full, here on our blog.
“It was a walk through the history of Chinese classical string music. I loved the lead violinist. I was a tad disappointed that Wu Man was injured, but loved her sound. All in all, it was incredible. Wish more people could have seen/heard it.” – Joseph Hennager
“Due to the change in program, people were confused as to whether there was an intermission or if the show was over. Someone came on stage and took off the stand lights, so it appeared like they were starting to breaking down the stage. Starting the house music sooner could have helped to alleviate the confusion.” – Anonymous
“We enjoyed the performance. It was fun to see something different from the shows that we usually attend.” – Anonymous
“Wonderful performance! Different styles.” – Anonymous