South Florida Symphony Orchestra Coupons and Deals
An elegant night out is just what you need, so today's deal from the South Florida Symphony Orchestra will be music to your ears: Spend $75 (regularly $175) for one VIP ticket package to see your choice of two performances at the Broward Center for the Performing Arts as part of the 2012-2013 Masters Concerts 15th Anniversary Season. Revel in the piano prowess of Natasha Paremski during "Epic Heros and Their Goddesses" on January 14, or enjoy a cello concerto from Zuill Bailey -- called "the most exciting cellist to come along in years" by The Kansas City Star -- during "From Darkness Comes the Light" on April 8. Your ticket package includes a champagne reception during intermission, a backstage pass, an official CD filled with the Orchestra's music, and a 15th anniversary DVD for a classy evening of classical ear-candy. Want more? Check out the South Florida Symphony on Facebook.
Though he is not bound by the laws of physics, Santa Claus is duty bound to eat every cookie, brisket, and pile of thumbtacks you leave out for him. Explore other Yuletide traditions with this GrouponLive deal to see Southwest Florida Symphony's Holiday Pops concert at the Barbara B. Mann Performing Arts Hall on Saturday, December 22, at 8 p.m. Doors open at 7 p.m. Choose Between Two Options $44 for two tickets for seating in the rear orchestra or lower balcony (up to an $88 value). $64 for two tickets for seating in the middle orchestra or mezzanine (up ...
Where You Should Go: In your home, you may be master of the stereo system, master of the record player, master of the iTunes account – but the true music masters are belong to the South Florida Symphony Orchestra. Enjoy the classics the classic way: $50 for 2 tickets to SFSO Master Concert Series at the University of Miami on March 9 at 8pm ($100 value) $$50 for 2 tickets to SFSO Master Concert Series at the Broward Center in Ft. Lauderdale on March 12 at 8pm ($100 value) What You Will Hear: With stunning talent and artistry, you'll hear the Florida Premier of Ellen Zwilich's 5th Symphony before its highly anticipated release on iTunes this summer. You'll also be moved by Jeffrey Chappell performing Brahms Piano Concerto No. 2, one of classical music's most famous and beloved works. What You Should Know: Jeffery Chappell is best known for his scene-stealing performance of Brahms Second Concerto in Baltimore, when without warning or rehearsal he stood in for an ailing pianist and was met with a standing ovation. The St. Louis Globe calls him "An extremely talented pianist with talent to spare" and CBS raves that "South Florida Symphony Orchestra is a world-class symphony."