Going to a symphony is like treating your ears to a multi-course meal; take a seat with today's deal and reserve your spot at the table: Pay $35 for two C-level tickets to see the Ann Arbor Symphony Orchestra perform "Carmina Burana" on Saturday, April 21 (a $72 value). Or, pay $65 for a four-pack of tickets to the same show (a $144 value). Things kick off at 7 p.m. with a trio of appetizers: a lecture by the conductor, a performance of "New Era Dance" by Aaron Kernis, and selections from Brahms "Variation on a Theme." Of course, the main course is Carl Orff's 1936 masterpiece "Carmina Burana." Based of a series of medieval poems, this epic choral piece will be performed with help from the Boychoir of Ann Arbor and the Ann Arbor Youth Chorale. With Berlin Philharmonic-alum Paul Grizzell taking the lead, you're sure to leave satisfied -- yet hungry for more.
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ONLY VALID ON EVENT DATE
back by popular demand:
Ann Arbor Symphony Orchestra
Two ($35) or Four ($65) Tickets to "Carmina Burana" Symphony on April 21
- from $35