Pro Arte Chamber Orchestra of Boston Coupons and Deals
Pro Arte Chambre orchestra of Boston's season closes with the Boston premier of Ellen Taafe Zwilich’s Shadows, commissioned by pianist Jeffrey Biegel and an international consortium of orchestras. Called “one of America’s most frequently played and genuinely popular living composers,” Zwilich is the first female composer to win the Pulitzer Prize for Music. ZWILICH, Shadows (Boston Premier) DUPARC, Aux étoiles MOZART, Symphony No. 41 in C Major “Jupiter”, KV. 551 Allegro vivace Andante cantabile Menuetto: Allegretto – Trio Molto allegro Kevin Rhodes, Conductor Jeffrey Biegel, Piano
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Limit 4 offers per person; 4 additional as gifts. Seats will be in the orchestra or balcony section. Must redeem together to sit together; 1 customer must purchase for the entire group. Offer is for a 1-time event. Unredeemed offers will not be refunded after 1/19/2013. Valid only on 1/19/2013 for 7:30pm performance.
By now, you’ve probably had enough of “Jingle Bells.” Enjoy a more sophisticated musical experience on January 19, when the Pro Arte Chamber Orchestra of Boston presents their next concert, “Winter Serenade.” Come to the First Church of Cambridge in Harvard Square and see masterful musicians take on captivating compositions under the baton of critically acclaimed conductor, Kevin Rhodes. Witness a haunting rendition of Dvořák’s Wind Serenade, followed by a performance of Schubert’s Octet in F Major. It promises to be an evening in which the stirrings of violin and cello strings will also tug at your heart’s, ensuring you’ll fall hard for this season’s classical stylings.
They say music -- and a rotation along its axis -- makes the world go round. But while we could all use a lesson in planetary physics, we'd much prefer a live orchestral concert on the grounds of the hallowed Harvard University. For today's deal, pay $7 (regularly $15) for a side orchestra, mezzanine, or balcony ticket to a March 4 performance at Sanders Theatre at 3 p.m. featuring the winners of the Pro Arte Chamber Orchestra of Boston's fourth annual Artist Concerto Competition. Or, spend $12 (regularly $25) for a rear balcony ticket or $17 (regularly $35) for an orchestra or rear mezzanine ticket. The competition's 18 and under winners will be accompanied by Pro Arte Chamber Orchestra for a packed program of Haydn, Tchaikovsky, Vivaldi, and Woodard, so don't wait until this dulcet deal is beyond your atmosphere -- land it today.
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