If it's true that music can tame the savage beast, then we're not lion when we say this sonorous steal will make you purr like a kitten: Get one lower balcony ticket to the Oregon Symphony's presentation of "Garrick Ohlsson Plays Mozart" on April 1 or 2 for $20 (regularly $40), or grab an orchestra front right ticket for $25 (regularly $51). Audiences go wild for this popular, San Francisco-based pianist who The Boston Globe calls "the most versatile of America's important pianists and... the best." Let the sounds of Mozart's "Piano Concerto No. 9 (Jeunehomme)" soothe your saber-toothed soul with a unique dialogue between the piano and orchestra, followed by Haydn's "Overture in C Major" and Shostakovich's "Symphony No. 5." Don't miss out on this harmonious happening -- you might not be able to bear it.
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ONLY VALID ON EVENT DATE
back by popular demand:
Lower Balcony ($20) or Orchestra Front Right ($25) Ticket to "Garrick Ohlsson Plays Mozart"
- from $20