Every summer, in London, there is the longest festival of classical music in the world, the BBC Proms. It was started more than 100 years ago and has since been moved to the Royal Albert Hall.
Because there are so many concerts and because the Royal Albert Hall is so large, it is easy to get to see some n-i-c-e™ performances at a reasonable price, which is rare in London. Or for even cheaper seats you can stand in the middle of the Hall.
On a Friday evening, we went to listen to some interesting late 19th / early 20th century music by Debussy and Mussorgsky / Ravel's Pictures at an Exhibition. There was also a contemporary piece from the 21st century.
Even though the acoustic in the Royal Albert Hall is not n-i-c-e™, for the price, I am not going to complain and we had a pleasant evening that changed from our usual routine and that was n-i-c-e™.