Phoenix Symphony Coupons and Deals
One of North America's most creative, dynamic and engaging conductors, Edwin Outwater will lead The Phoenix Symphony in its final classical performance of the season. This up-and-coming star will take the baton as The Phoenix Symphony plays one of Prokofiev's most popular works, his Symphony No. 5. As an added treat, pianist William Wolfram -- bronze medalist at the prestigious International Tchaikovsky Competition in Moscow and silver medalist at both the Kapell and Naumburg International Piano Competitions -- will grace the keys for Liszt's poetic yet unconventional Piano Concerto No. 2.
"High Flying! Cirque de la Symphonie," a circus performance set to a live classical and pop soundtrack, elicits strong reactions from crowds: "One doesn’t usually hear gasps, oohs and aahs from a symphony orchestra audience," according to the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. With this Local Deal, see acrobats, contortionists, dancers and more perform with the Phoenix Symphony for 50% off, with tickets starting at $16.50.Discounted seats are available for performances Friday-Saturday, May 25-26, at 8 p.m and Sunday, May 27, at 2 p.m. at Symphony Hall. Choose from all Main Floor and Balcony seating sections, including:• Main Floor Side Rear ... $16.50 (reg. $33) • Main Floor Center ... $23.50 (reg. $47) • Dress Circle Balcony ... $35.50 (reg. $71)• Prime Dress Circle ... $41.50 (reg. $83)The show, which "enthralls kids and adults" according to The Seattle Times, features aerial fliers, acrobats, contortionists, dancers, jugglers and strongmen along with 18 songs, including music from "Harry Potter," "Swan Lake" and "The Phantom of the Opera."Travelzoo Tip: If you can't make this show, tickets to Spanish folk and church music concert "Rodrigo: Concierto De Aranjuez" are now 50% off with promo code TZOOL.
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