Chicago never fails to remind me why I love it so; seems a fist fight broke out at the Symphony.
Just as the second movement was drawing to a gentle close — with Music Director Riccardo Muti at the podium — a man in his 30s, according to police, started punching a 67-year-old man inside one of the boxes.
Understanding that in civilized places people don't behave this way, the Symphony director, Riccardo Muti, gave the offenders a nasty look.
The concert never stopped, but Muti shot a glance over his left shoulder toward the box where the punches were thrown. One concert-goer described the look as “dagger eyes."