Jefferson Symphony Orchestra Coupons and Deals
It's not often that mariachi bands and symphony orchestras perform together. Jefferson Symphony Orchestra is changing that with their much-anticipated "Cinco de Mayo Fiesta," a celebration of festive music for Mariachi and orchestra. With today's deal, you can get two tickets to this special event for just $22, half off the $44 value! The Jefferson Symphony Orchestra (JSO) will celebrate Cinco de Mayo and 60 years of making beautiful music with a Cinco de Mayo Fiesta concert on May 5, 2013 at 3:00pm. This exciting season finale program is full of fun and festive Mexican and Latin music complete with a five piece Mariachi Band. Alma de Colorado a Denver area Mariachi band will join the JSO on stage to perform a variety of Mexican favorites. Maestro William Morse and Walter Barr have taken several traditional Mariachi Band classics and orchestrated them for full symphony orchestra for this special concert. The members of Alma de Colorado are Carl Gonzales, Bernard Alvarado, Cristine Barbosa, Phil Marin and Beto Velez. The JSO will also perform the lively and colorful Huapango by Jose Pablo Moncayo. Known as one of Mexico’s most important composers, Moncayo’s most popular composition is Huapango which is based on the folk dance music of Mexico. In addition to arranging the pieces for Mariachi Band and symphony, Dr. Morse has also orchestrated a special composition for one of the JSO’s valued board members, Grace Fink. Grace’s father, Edmundo G. Hernandez, was an accomplished musician, composer and high school music teacher throughout his lifetime. He passed away in 1977. Two years ago, when Grace’s mother passed, the family discovered a composition written for Grace upon her birth in 1935. The original waltz was composed for piano, violin and cello. Dr. Morse has developed a full orchestration of this piece and it will be premiered at the May concert. An extra bit of Latin music flair will be added to the concert as the JSO also performs Astor Piazolla’s Suite del Angel. Piazolla was born in Argentina and was best known for transforming the tango into a new form combining tango elements with jazz stylings. Backed by full orchestra, Dr. Morse will perform on the accordion in a quartet that also includes the JSO’s Tamara Mulliken on violin, Peggy Lyon on piano and Rodney Farrar on cello. Take advantage of today's deal for this special night of music from the Jefferson Symphony Orchestra – get two tickets to the "Cinco de Mayo Fiesta," an exciting meeting of mariachi and orchestra, for just $22, half off the $44 value!
With the mile-long lines to see the department-store Santa and the heat stroke you get from checking on the turkey too often, it doesn't always feel like the most wonderful time of the year. Get a Handel on yourself with a melodic deal from the Jefferson Symphony Orchestra: Pay $11 for one general admission ticket to a "Traditional Holiday Concert" on December 11 at 3 p.m. (a $22 value). You'll enjoy the harmonious seasonal sounds of yuletide cheer from guest soprano Judy Shay Burns, guest tenor Brian Stinar, and scores of talented musicians. The program includes Nikolai Rimsky-Korsakov's Christmas Eve Suite and arias from "La Boheme," as well as traditional holiday music. Step into your Sunday best and head to the Green Center at the Colorado School of Mines in Golden to celebrate this award-winning orchestra's 59th festive year of performance. Do you hear what we hear? 'Tis the sweet sounds of holiday savings.
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