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Planning in the Pursuit of Perfection

by Sam Cavitt |

Johann Sebastian Bach was the master of the technique “theme and variation”.  His compositions initiating with a simple “hook” that he would repeat with subtle differences throughout a composition.  These variations maintained the listeners’ attention throughout, as Bach explored the theme and succeeded in getting his musical idea across.  Much more effective than just repeating himself.

I am no JS Bach, but one theme I am committed to is the pursuit of perfection.  At Paradise Theater we call it “Excellence Always”.  My latest riff on that theme is the article “Planning in the Pursuit of Perfection”.  The prompting for this article is twofold.  First is the continuation of clients and consultants asking us, “When should we contact Paradise Theater?”  Unfortunately, this question is often asked after the ideal stage in the planning process.  The next reason is a continuing trend, specifically in our industry, to ask our clientele to choose between convenience and performance.  Truth is, there is no reason to choose.  Planned properly, a private cinema will provide the greatest convenience and the Experience Nonpareil

I hope this little ditty inspires some perfect choices!

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Sam is the founder and CEO of Paradise Theater, a company that provides comprehensive private cinema design, engineering, and project management. Sam focuses his efforts on maintaining the highest standard of excellence and sharing the pleasures of fine private cinema with the industry and the world.

Sam also spearheads Cinema Connoisseur, the name of our blog but more importantly, an initiative to build a community of enthusiasts - “cinema connoisseurs” - both professional and public to embrace and enhance the world of private cinema and film.