From the crazy traffic on University Street to the packed crowds on the Riverfront, Peoria can feel crazier than a day at the Illinois State Fair. Score a night of relaxation with today's deal from the Peoria Symphony Orchestra: Pay $35 for two tickets to the April 13 concert, the final installment of the PSO Presents! series (a $70 value), or $45 for a pair of seats for the April 21 show, the orchestra's last performance of the 2011-2012 Classical season (regularly $90). The first concert, at the Cathedral of St. Mary, features the acclaimed a cappella vocal quartet New York Polyphony, who was on the Top 10 of Billboard's classical album chart and will present its 21st-century interpretation of Renaissance harmonies. On April 21, the PSO brings Beethoven's famous "Missa Solemnis"to Grace Presbyterian Church featuring almost 200 choir members from Bradley University, Illinois State University, and Millikin University, and nationally renowned soloists. Don't let a lengthy interlude keep you from this deal -- pick up the tempo before you miss out on the last of the season's virtuoso performances.
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Peoria Symphony Orchestra
Two Tickets to PSO Presents! on 4/13 ($35) or Beethoven's Missa Solemnis on 4/21 ($45)
- from $35