The late-season drizzles in the River City had you feeling like the pits, but the blooms all over town make your heart sing with the promise of spring. Today's deal celebrates the start of a new season, in more ways than one: Pay $24 for one orchestra-level ticket to "English Grandeur," an event hosted by the Sacramento Choral Society and Orchestra (a $48 value). After four years at UC Davis's Mondavi venue, the SCSO makes a triumphant return to the Community Center Theater to perform "Belshazzar's Feast" by Sir William Walton, among other works from great Romantic composers. King Belshazzar himself threw a party for 1,000 of his friends to celebrate his return, but you'll enjoy a more intimate setting -- plus a 7 p.m. pre-concert talk by SCSO conductor Donald Kendrick -- at this April 14 gala, which begins at 8 p.m. Bring a date along for the fun and pay $48 for two orchestra-level tickets (a $96 value), or make it a family affair with four tickets for $96 (regularly $192). Feast on the symphonic sounds of this deal, and you'll soon be singing your way into the sunshine of spring.
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PAID VALUE DOES NOT EXPIRE
PROMOTIONAL VALUE EXPIRES ON April 15, 2012
Sacramento Choral Society and Orchestra
One ($24), Two ($48), or Four ($96) Orchestra-Level Tickets to "English Grandeur"
- from $24